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Ireland

Ireland is the third largest island in Europe and is situated northwest of mainland Europe. It includes the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland and has a total land area of about 81,638 square kilometers or 31,521 miles.
The Dublin St. Patrick's Day festival now lasts for 5 days, with arange of events on around the city, with the highlight being theparade on St. Patrick's Day itself.
Irish stew, corn beef, with cabbage.
Two major cities in Ireland are Dublin and Cork.
You can just look at it or more commonly you can do the traditional thing and kiss it.
About 90'' of potatoes on the coastal regions.
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The Roman Catholic Church, I believe.
The CIA World Factbook pegs Ireland as a service-based economy,really. Its GDP breaks down to 1.6% agriculture, 28% industry, and70.4% services. As for the industries bringing in that 28% - somewhere around 61.8billion in USD - the largest sectors are computers (hardware andsoftware), food products...
The Vikings invaded of the 9th century and established trading towns (such as Dublin).. The Anglo-Normans invaded and colonized in 1169 and re-organized governmental and religious systems, but their influence had for the most part been confined to a narrow strip on the east coast known as the Pale....
Irish Dancing involves many different dances. Competitive Irish Dancing however has four main ones. These are the reel, the jig, the hornpipe, and the treble jig. The jig however probably is the most widely known among Americans that don't Irish dance.
Blaster it's the same thing
An eleven letter word for Ireland is "Emerald Isle".
The famous stone, celebrated by travel agents and tavern owners, is housed at http://www.answers.com/topic/blarney-castle , 6.5 miles NW of the city of Cork. One Cormac Mac-Carthy built the castle in the 15th century on the foundations of an English one from the previous century. For generations...
Saint Patrick returned to Ireland to spread the word ofChristianity in 432 A.D.
In the late 18th century green had become associated as the colourof revolution. The United Irishmen, founded in the 1790s, wereinspired by the French revolution, and used a green flag, to whichthey had a harp emblazoned. A rival organisation, the Orange Order,whose main strength was in Ulster, and...
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Ireland does not have a prime minister. The corresponding role in Ireland is known as a Taoiseach. Bertie Ahern was Taoiseach at the start of 2008. Brian Cowen was Taoiseach from May of 2008.
The five countries contained within the British Isles are: England Scotland Wales (these three together are called Britain) Northern Ireland (with Britain, this makes the United Kingdom) Republic of Ireland (with the United Kingdom, this makes the British Isles) and technically the...
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Derry, Tyrone, Fermanagh, Armagh and Down all border the Republic of Ireland, the only county that does not is Antrim.
About 108 miles or 174 kilometres.
The Lion represents the British Crown. The Harp represents Ireland. The Book is pretty clearly for learning, because its' a University. I'm not certain why the castle, but I think it's probably a reference to the Dublin crest, which has 3 castles. The flags on the castle are St. George's &...
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The term "Celtic Tiger" was a reference to the Irish economy when it was very strong, not to Ireland itself. It came from the reference to some of the strong economies in Asian as being Asian tigers. As Ireland is a Celtic nation, the term used was "Celtic Tiger". The Irish economy is not as strong...
The 2011 census listed Ireland as having a population of 4,588,252. The population growth rate of Ireland is about 1.11%, one of the highest in all of Europe.
It depends on the person, a cup of tea or coffee and some toast is fast, many children just have cereals and juice, somtimes people have sausage, rashers and eggs with tea or coffee
Snow happens during the winter months in Ireland. Normally Ireland does not get much snow and it mainly falls on high ground, and does not last long on lower ground.
It comes from a legend of two men swimming in a race towards Ulster to claim it. It had been agreed that whoever first touched it would claim it. One of the two was further behind as Ulster came into view. So he cut off his hand and threw it past his opponent, so his hand touch the land first, and...
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Canada is a very big country. Toronto and Vancouver are thousands of miles apart.
The Irish form given for 'Allison' is Allsún.
The Green stripe the nationalist tradition, the Orange represents unionists and the white stripe symbolizes the peace between them. The orange colour is associated with the Protestants in Ulster and those that derived from William III who defeated the Irish Catholics at the Battle of the Boyne in...
The fighting in Northern Ireland is between 'Unionists' and'Nationalists'. Unionists want to remain as apart of the UK, whilethe Nationalists want Northern Ireland to be united with theRepublic of Ireland to make the Island of Ireland the one nation. The fighting period known as 'The Troubles' is...
Yes. There are all sorts of birds in Northern Ireland.
As of 2010, the Republic of Ireland maked a nominal GDP of $204.261 billion. ($204,261,000,000).
Traditionally in Ireland it is regarded as the 1st of February. For meteorologists, they would say the 21st of March.
The school with best grades this year was Ulidia Integrated Collegein Carrickfergus. Second is St Louis Grammar, Ballymena. Aquinas Diocesan (Belfast), Wallace High (Lisburn), Lumen ChristiCollege (Londonderry) and Dalriada (Ballymoney) are also topperformers. However the list is constantly...
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That's a rather insightful way to look at it. I don't personally believe in luck, but obviously the Irish have survived through an awful lot!
Yes, there are lots of hills and mountains in the Republic ofIreland.
The Easter Rising , also known as the Easter Rebellion, was an armed insurrection in Ireland during Easter Week , 1916
The first Rose of Tralee festival started in 1959, but it was based on a similar festival that had been discontinued due to post war emigration, known as Tralee's Carnival Queen, and had been partially revived in 1957 as part of the Tralee Race Week. For 2010 the festival runs from Friday the 20th...
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Ireland's national color is green. Ireland is also known as theemerald island, and is characterized by lush, green landscape.
In Ireland, people dress according to the weather. For much of theyear round, people wear jeans or tracksuit bottoms and a jumper orhoodie for casual wear. In the summer, many people wear shorts orskirts and a t-shirt or vest top. In the cities, they dress moreformally. Men may wear trousers and a...
No. Ireland's capital city is Dublin. Northern Ireland's capital city is Belfast.
it will take about 8 hours by airlines to travel
At the time of answering, the 28th of July 2014, the last electionof any kind were the European elections and local elections both inJune 2014. The last general election was in February 2011. The lastpresidential election was in October 2011.
England wanted to rule the whole world, not just Ireland, and very nearly did. By 1900, one third of the world's population were part of the British Empire.
It is still spelled Valerie.
Why yes, he did!! :) As leader of the Scooby Doobies, he participated in the Laff-A-Lympics episode "The Grand Canyon and Ireland." He also hiked around Ireland and chased a leprechaun in The Richie Rich/Scooby-Doo Show episode "Scooby's Luck of the Irish."
These coins are no longer in circulation since Irelands changeover to the Euro in 2002. Unless they are part of a Proof or Uncirculated mint set or are individual Proof or Uncirculated coins and in absolute mint condition, they have little or no value.
If you kiss it it gives you the "Gift of the Gab"
Dundrum, near Dublin in Ireland uses the Euro. Dundrum in county Down, Northern Ireland, uses the pound Sterling.
There are no direct flights from Dublin, Ireland to Columbia, SC. Aconnecting flight will take a minimum of 10 hours 45 minutes.
Yes it is and it means Beautiful, Radiant, and Joyful.
I guess not, eh? Unless you went.
The Royal Canal ( Irish : An Chanáil Ríoga ) is a canal originally built for freight and passenger transportation from the River Liffey at Dublin to the River Shannon at Cloondara in County Longford in Ireland . It fell into disrepair, but since has been restored...
Well you could but you would not see much that is barely time to see much of Belfast let alone the rest of the country. If you do some research prior then you can pick the parts you are interested in.
Like so many stone monuments such as the Muiredach cross, containreliefs which depict a story or several stories in the panels ofthe monument. This cross and its relief tell the story of Israeland the Messiah. The Muiredach cross is set upon a Celtic Cross. There are two panel sets .. one facing...
There are a great many. Two of the most well known are St. Brigid and St. Brenden.
agam eg: Tá madra agam. - I have a dog. Tá bróg AG Máire (Mary has a shoe.) Literally 'There is a shoe AT Mary.'
There are many towns in Ireland beginning with the letter T, but there is no city in Ireland that begins with the letter T. The term "city" is used very loosely in some countries and is often used for very small urban areas. That is not the case in Ireland. So while by the way some people think of a...
To say 'Mark has a dog' it would be, Tá madra ag Mark. (Literally, 'There is a dog at Mark.')
Not in any tesco that I've been in, bitter is generally not consumed in Ireland.
Ireland has a small, open and mixed economy. Strong elements on which it is based include food, agriculture, services, information technology, pharmaceuticals and tourism, amongst other things.
The same way the rest of the western world does.
Most Ireland people have brunette colored hair
No Ireland has not yet won a world cup.
Irish staple meal is potatoes and potatoes still feature inmany Irish meals like potat scones, potato muffins. More Irish dishes are soda bread and Irish stew
Simon Hamilton is the minister of finance in Northern Ireland as ofthe 5th of December 2013.
The answer you are looking for is Catholic and Protestant. However it would be wrong to categorise the violence in Northern Ireland as being down to religion. There are many factors, of which religion is just one. The two sides roughly divide by religion, but there are other things that divide them...
He tried to take over ports on the East Side of Ireland to try and create reinforcements and logistics from England. The first town to fall was Drogheda where thousands of people were massacred such as Catholic Priests as ordered by Cromwell himself
Ireland is an island of 84,288 sq. km (32,544 square miles). Its greatest length is 485 km (302 miles), its greatest width 304 km (189 miles), and its coastline extends for over 5,631 km (3,500 miles).
Mayfield, a housing estate on the north side of cork city.
Exactly as you would where you would normally do yourself. Note that in Ireland, what Americans often refer to as the bathroom would be known as the toilet. So you would ask for the toilet.