The Harp

The little portable harp, which is performed by Celtic minstrels, is Ireland’s oldest recognized symbol. The harp is commonly utilized, although not being as well-known as the shamrock. It can be found on Irish coins, the presidential flag, state seals, clothing, and official papers, among other places. The harp, however, is most commonly linked with Guinness, which selected it as its trademark in 1862.

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