Where are Ireland?
Ireland is in the Atlantic Ocean. It lives there. Roughly 52 - 55 degrees North, 6 - 11 degrees West
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Ireland is a country in north-western Europe. See the related link below. Ireland is an island in the Atlantic Ocean in north-western Europe. Canada lies directly to the we…st of Ireland across the Atlantic Ocean. Britain lies directly to the east of Ireland across the Irish Sea. Ireland is an island off the west coast of Europe. It would not be considered a northern European country, but it is closer to the northern part of Europe than the southern part. See the map at the link below.
It is an island in the Atlantic ocean, and it is part of E.U. It is also a country, and 6 counties in it belong to the U.K. Ireland is an island just to the west of Great Brit…ain.
Believe it or not there is alot to do in Ireland. Also, I am not Irish I'm in Germany, but I have been to Ireland several times and it's a beautiful place. Ireland is packed… with alot of historic breweries. ( like Germany ) lol Ireland has a great coast line to visit. You can visit the Dublin zoo. You can visit Newgrange. Ireland has great hiking and outdoor activities. Irealnd has amazing shopping in Cork, Dublin and Galway City the most. Also, Ireland has an amazing countryside packed with castles. And. of course the Irish food.......Yum! Have fun in Ireland, hope you enjoy the country; I did!
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The term "Southern Ireland" is an informal term used for the Republic of Ireland, to distinguish it from "Northern Ireland". It is not an official name or geographically corre…ct. The Republic of Ireland includes, all of southern, eastern, western and midlands of the island, and even some of the north of the island. In fact, the most northerly point of the island of Ireland is in the Republic of Ireland, so the most northerly point in Ireland is in what people sometimes refer to as "Southern Ireland" or "The South". "Ireland" is the official name used in the Irish constitution for the country. It is Ãire in the Irish language..
don't you mean in Ireland? Are you American?
Ireland is a great place to hike, visit gardens, see castles andhistoric sites. You can listen to music or storytellers. You canalso watch sports or visit pubs.
Ireland is an island, so you only have the options of sea and air. Depending on where you are, will depend on what way you would get to Ireland. For most parts of the world, g…etting to Ireland involves flying, maybe taking several flights. For some of the countries that are closer to Ireland, like Wales or England or France, there is the option of ferries.
kiss the blarney stone For sure you could kiss the blarney stone which is thought to give people the 'gift of the gab' (the gift of being good at talking and chatting, howev…er there are other more exciting thing to do. You could watch a hurling match. Hurling is the fastest field game in the world, and if you can get to see a top-level inter county match such as a provincial final or all-ireland final it's something you'll never forget. We have some of the best lakes and rivers for fishing in Europe if not in the world. We have splendid landscapes, from green fields to rolling hills to spectacular cliffs, ther there's the pubs and the music which have to be explored. Ireland is a great place to visit, it never gets to hot (24c-25c in summer) and never gets too cold (except for last winter which was an exception) in winter, so it's perfect for all the family. Oh and bring a raincoat, there has to be a little downside to the 40shade of green :)
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Northern Ireland at the time of the Anglo-Irish Treaty (1921) was home to more unionists (those who wished to remain apart of the UK) than nationalists (those who sought freed…om and independence from the British Empire). While the Irish negotiators of the Treaty sought to make Ireland completely independent, the six counties (Derry, Down, Tyrone, Antrim, Armagh and Fermanagh) with the highest ratio of unionists to nationalists were surrendered to British rule in a compromise to give the remaining 28 counties a dominion status, and later, republic status.
Ireland is full of fun and attractions such as Newgrange (a neolithic tomb) in Co Meath, Killarney in Kerry which is full of beautiful gardens, Cork and Galway are both beauti…ful cities in which you could never be bored then last but not least there's Dublin the very heart of Ireland, It's where it all started back in 1910-1920 (when Ireland became a republic) from the GPO to Dublin castle it's full of attractions. Ireland is full of castles due to the period of time when the Normans were in control.
The north of Ireland is on the island of Ireland. The province ofUlster is in the geographical north of Ireland, and contains 9counties. 6 of those counties form Northern Irel…and. The other 3counties of Ulster and the rest of the island forms Ireland,officially known as Ãire, and sometimes referred to as the Republicof Ireland. As it happens, the most northerly point on the islandof Ireland is not in one of the 6 counties that form NorthernIreland, but in county Donegal, which is one of the other 3 Ulstercounties. Northern Ireland came into existence in 1922, as a resultof a treaty between Britain and Ireland which partitioned theisland. Northern Ireland is part of the United Kingdom along with England,Scotland and Wales. The Republic of Ireland uses the Euro as itscurrency and has its own government, whereas Northern Ireland'scurrency is Sterling, and it has a devolved assembly for governingitself and also representation in Westminster, where the BritishParliament sits. If this should change is a matter for the peopleof Northern Ireland.
Northern Ireland is part of the island of Ireland.
You can many things from Ireland. Food, drink, technology, musical instruments, literature and many, many other things.