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Leprechauns are from Ireland.

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Leprechauns are the mythological fairies or "Little People" of Ireland.


No leprechauns live in Ireland. They live in people's imaginations.


Saint Patrick was a saint in Ireland, leprechauns are mythology in Ireland. That's the connects


Shiny things remind leprechauns of gold according to legend.in reality, there are no leprechauns.



No-- but 4 leaves clovers are associated with Ireland as are Leprechauns.


Because in ireland fairies/ elfs love to dance and leprechauns are fairies/elfs


Ireland---where leprechauns live at the bottom of a rainbow wtih a pot of gold :)


There are not any people that have seen leprechauns. Leprechauns are fictional characters. Leprechauns are fictional characters that are from Ireland. Many people relate them to Saint Patrick's Day.


Ireland=Dublin Scotland=Edinburgh


Leprechaun live in Ireland.


Off the black market in Ireland.



No, they only live in Ireland. Sorry


There are only Leprechauns in Ireland and green is the National colour of Ireland.


Because Leprechaun is the name used for the fabled fairies of Ireland. Different countries have their own fairies from their folklore and their own names for them. In Ireland they are known as Leprechauns.Because Leprechaun is the name used for the fabled fairies of Ireland. Different countries have their own fairies from their folklore and their own names for them. In Ireland they are known as Leprechauns.Because Leprechaun is the name used for the fabled fairies of Ireland. Different countries have their own fairies from their folklore and their own names for them. In Ireland they are known as Leprechauns.Because Leprechaun is the name used for the fabled fairies of Ireland. Different countries have their own fairies from their folklore and their own names for them. In Ireland they are known as Leprechauns.Because Leprechaun is the name used for the fabled fairies of Ireland. Different countries have their own fairies from their folklore and their own names for them. In Ireland they are known as Leprechauns.Because Leprechaun is the name used for the fabled fairies of Ireland. Different countries have their own fairies from their folklore and their own names for them. In Ireland they are known as Leprechauns.Because Leprechaun is the name used for the fabled fairies of Ireland. Different countries have their own fairies from their folklore and their own names for them. In Ireland they are known as Leprechauns.Because Leprechaun is the name used for the fabled fairies of Ireland. Different countries have their own fairies from their folklore and their own names for them. In Ireland they are known as Leprechauns.Because Leprechaun is the name used for the fabled fairies of Ireland. Different countries have their own fairies from their folklore and their own names for them. In Ireland they are known as Leprechauns.Because Leprechaun is the name used for the fabled fairies of Ireland. Different countries have their own fairies from their folklore and their own names for them. In Ireland they are known as Leprechauns.Because Leprechaun is the name used for the fabled fairies of Ireland. Different countries have their own fairies from their folklore and their own names for them. In Ireland they are known as Leprechauns.


England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.England, Scotland, Wales & Northern Ireland.


Scotland is in the UK in Western Europe. Scotland is North of England. You can't see Ireland. The closest part of Scotland to Ireland is about 50 km apart.


its because they are the ancient folklore of Ireland and they are not heard of in other countries



ireland. they are leprechauns


no they dont they live in ireland


If leprechauns were real, they would live in Ireland.


Yes, both Ireland and Scotland are in Europe.



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