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In Ireland
Ireland is in the Atlantic Ocean. It lives there. Roughly 52 - 55 degrees North, 6 - 11 degrees West
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Where is Ireland?

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 west of Ireland across the Atlantic Ocean. Britain lies directly to the east of Ireland across the Irish Sea. Ireland is an i (MORE)

Why is Ireland called Ireland?

The name comes from "Ériu" - the name of an ancient Irish goddess - and the German word "land", which refers to a country.

What is Ireland?

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 Britain.

What to do in Ireland?

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 (MORE)

Was Ireland ever a united Ireland?

Yes.The four traditonal provinces of Ireland-Leinster,Munster,Conaught and Ulster were breifly united in 1014 by the High King of Ireland Brian Boru.It was only brief however because after the battle of Clontarf where Brian Boru broke Viking rule in Ireland he was killed in his tent while praying by (MORE)

Why is Ireland named Ireland?

Why is anything named what it is?...its just what they decided to call it....why is France named France? The modern Irish word Éire is derived from the Old Irish Ériu going back to the Celtic name for Ireland *Iveriú . It was also the name of a goddess

What does Ireland have?

For the source and more detailed information concerning your request, click on the related links section (Wikipedia) indicated directly below this answer section.

Why is Ireland southern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland?

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 correct. The Republic of Ireland includes, all of southern, eastern, western and midlands of the island, and even some of the nort (MORE)

Where in Ireland is the Church of Ireland located?

The church of Ireland is the Anglican church in general in Ireland. its the same as the church of England except in Ireland. The church of Ireland is the Anglican church in general in Ireland. its the same as the church of England except in Ireland. The church of Ireland is the Anglican church i (MORE)

Why is Ireland and Northern Ireland not one?

There are a number of reasons however the divide came in 1921 before that all of Ireland had part of Great Britain since 1801. As the north of Ireland (the province of ulster) was predominantly protestant (following the plantation) being part of Britain appealed to them as Britain is also a Protesta (MORE)

Why is Northern Ireland and Ireland separated?

Ireland was ruled by Britain for many years ,despite nujmerous rebellions. The Irish War of Independence (Anglo-Irish War) took place around the year 1920. The majority of people in the island of Ireland were 'nationalists' and supported independence. However, in six northeastern counties there were (MORE)

Why was the country Ireland named Ireland?

Ireland is named after the island it is located on, Ireland. Ireland the country is referred to as the Republic of Ireland so it is not confused with Northern Ireland, a country in the United Kingdom that borders the Republic of Ireland.

What is there to do in Ireland?

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.

Is northern Ireland ruled by Ireland?

Northern Ireland has been devolved from direct UK Government control, and can now partially govern themselves. Before that, they decided to remain as a member of Great Britain when Ireland gained their independence.

How do you get to Ireland?

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, getting to Ireland involves flying, maybe taking several flights. For some of the countries that are closer to Ireland, like W (MORE)

What percent of Ireland is northern Ireland?

6 out of 32 counties Ireland is about 19% of northern Ireland I don't want to be picky and I definitely don't want to start an international incident, so to be politically correct I will say that geographically, Northern Ireland accounts for about 19-20% of the land mass of the island of Ireland.

What can you do in Ireland?

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, however there are other more exciting thing to do. You could watch a hurling match. Hurling is the fastest field game in the world (MORE)

Does northern Ireland belong to Ireland?

No. Northern Ireland is a part of the United Kingdom. However, around 40% of the population are nationalist (pro-Irish) and believe that Northern Ireland should be politically united with the Republic of Ireland. As for where Northern Ireland "belongs", it "belongs" exactly where it is!

What are Irelands ethnic foods of Ireland?

Irish stew with potato lamb and various vegetables. Whiskey(strong spirit) and Guinness( a beer). soda bread, potato cakes and various kinds of mashed potato with different things in itColcannon(cabbage), champ (spring onions) and boxty ( fried and looks a bit like a pancake)

Why is northern Ireland not the same as Ireland?

The entire island was once "Ireland", under British rule. In 1922, 26 of the 32 counties of Ireland seceded from the Union to form its own country. The remaining 6 counties did not secede (because the majority in these counties were unionist [pro-British]) and became known as Northern Ireland.

Why was northen Ireland separated from Ireland?

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 freedom and independence from the British Empire). While the Irish negotiators of the Treaty sought to make Ireland completely ind (MORE)

Ireland and what there is to do?

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 beautiful 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 (MORE)

Should Ireland be the north of Ireland?

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 Ireland. The other 3counties of Ulster and the rest of the island forms Ireland,officially known as Éire, and sometimes referr (MORE)

Who was the kings in Ireland and who was the queens in Ireland?

There were several kingdoms in Ireland which shifted territory over time. The 5 traditional kingdoms were ulster, leinster, connaught, munster and meath and monarchy was not a strictly herditary affair. Quite often an elected position and not the authoritarian political office you would normally ass (MORE)

Why is Ireland called Ireland inc?

Ireland is not called Ireland inc. Ireland inc is a term used to refer to Ireland in business terms, where companies are trying to promote themselves or Ireland as a place to do business. It can also refer to things to do with the Irish economy and business in Ireland in general.

Is bangor Ireland in northern Ireland?

Yes it's in County Down, 12 Miles from Belfast. County Down and five neighbouring Counties became part of Northern Ireland when it was established in 1921.

How did northern Ireland and Ireland originate?

Since 1801, Ireland was controlled by Britain. In the early 20th century, there was civil unrest as many Irish republicans no longer wanted to be in the union with Britain. However, many unionists DID want to remain. The solution was to partition the island into 2 countries. The Irish Free (MORE)

How does Ireland affect the people of Ireland?

What exactly do you mean by that question? Ireland is an island in the Atlantic Ocean, and it does not really affect it's people. Perhaps you should rephrase this question, and ask it again.

Is northern Ireland separate from Ireland?

Yes and no. In 1920, a law was passed which made the six counties of Northern Ireland part of the UK, so they are now joined to the British government instead of the government in Dublin. In saying that, many still regard themsleves as Irish and many want to become part of Ireland constitutional (MORE)

Who separated Ireland from northen Ireland?

Originally northern ireland was not known as northern ireland it was just colectively ireland, so the whole of Ireland joined the UK. Although the Catholics and Protestants never really got along and just before Titanic set sail Ireland ask for home rule (meaning they wanted their own government) th (MORE)

Why Northen Ireland is not part of Ireland?

It is part of the island of Ireland. Great Britain is made up of England, Scotland, Wales and the small surrounding islands. Ireland is a separate landmass and is not part of Great Britain. However when Ireland managed to gain independence, six counties in the North remained loyal to the monarchy, (MORE)

Why is ther a North Ireland and Ireland?

The Republic of Ireland (Ireland) broke away from the U.K because of Catholic beliefs. U.K. is Protestant and so is Northern Ireland. Long story short, England wanted to take over Ireland so that they would have more land,but the Irish rebelled and started a war(I think you could call it that.) (MORE)

Is Ireland Ireland or great Britain?

Ireland is in fact a country and an island. Ireland and Éire are the official names for the country. Éire is the word you will see on Irish coins for example, and it means Ireland in English. It is located to the West of Great Britain. Great Britain comprises of three regions - England (whic (MORE)

What do you get from Ireland?

You can many things from Ireland. Food, drink, technology, musical instruments, literature and many, many other things.

Does Ireland want Northern Ireland?

There are many people on the island of Ireland that wish to see Ireland united into one country but there is no direct territorial claim over Northern Ireland by the state. Ireland dropped its constitutional claim to Northern Ireland in 1998 by an overwhelming majority in a referendum on the subje (MORE)

How do you travel from Ireland to Northern Ireland?

Both are on the one island and border each other. So you could travel almost any way you want, like by road, by rail, by air, walk, cycle etc. Both are on the one island and border each other. So you could travel almost any way you want, like by road, by rail, by air, walk, cycle etc. Both are on (MORE)

When was the church of Ireland founded in Ireland?

In 1536, when King Henry VIII was declared as Supreme head of the Church on Earth. In 1536, when King Henry VIII was declared as Supreme head of the Church on Earth. In 1536, when King Henry VIII was declared as Supreme head of the Church on Earth. In 1536, when King Henry VIII was declared as Su (MORE)

What separates Ireland from northern Ireland?

An international border (established by the Government of Ireland Act (1920)) separating Northern Ireland from the Republic of Ireland. It runs past the counties of Donegal, Cavan Monaghan, Sligo, and Louth on the Irish side, and Londonderry, Tyrone, Fermanagh, Armagh and Down on the Northern Irish (MORE)

What was Ireland before it became Ireland?

Not sure what you mean... Hibernia, I suppose. That's what theRomans called it, because the sea to get here was stormy... It waspart of Britain for hundreds of years, but it was still calledIreland. In Irish, it was called Éireann (still is) after an Irishgoddess.

Does Ireland produce agriculture in Ireland?

Agriculture is a major industry in Ireland and Ireland produceslarge amounts of food for domestic use and export. Lots of dairyproducts are produced. Ireland grows lots of different fruits andvegetables and grains. Beef, pork, lamb and poultry are majorelements of Irish agriculture too. Agriculture (MORE)

Why is there a republic of Ireland and a northern Ireland?

Because they are two different states/countries. The republic is anindependent state (although, concerning its membership of the EU,some people people contest this fact. But, officially, it is an independent state), whereas the north is a part ofthe United Kingdom (along, with Wales, Scotland, etc. (MORE)

Why are there a republic of Ireland and a Northern Ireland?

Because they are two different states/countries. The republic is anindependent state (although, concerning its membership of the EU,some people people contest this fact. But, officially, it is an independent state), whereas the north is a part ofthe United Kingdom (along, with Wales, Scotland, etc. (MORE)