The most of leprechauns in the world are in Ireland

Leprechauns in Bandon

Leprechauns in Bandon

There may not be pots of gold at the end of the rainbow, but one of the Irish towns proved that it is full of leprechauns.

Bandon in West Cork adequately responded to the challenge of Glenties of Donegal, which was also planning to get into the Guinness Book of Records for the largest cluster of leprechauns in one place.

In total on the main street of Bandon gathered 1263 tiny little men with red beards, green hats and coats in order to set a new record.

One enterprising dwarf even came with a plastic “crock” with chocolate coins.

Glenties was bit disappointed by the fact that Bandon managed to collect more leprechauns than they, but they promised to fight for the title next year. They collected 1023 leprechauns.

Author: Tamar Tsintsqiladze

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