St George’s Day: What does it mean and why do we celebrate the patron Saint of England? — Welcome2Britain

St. George’s Day takes place on April 23rd every year, recognising the patron saint of England apparently made famous for slaying a dragon and saving a distressed maiden It’s the one day of the year, apart from major football tournaments, when you are guaranteed to see English flags being waved proudly across the country. April […]

via St George’s Day: What does it mean and why do we celebrate the patron Saint of England? — Welcome2Britain

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