There are two soverign states located on the island of Ireland. The 6 northeastern counties making up Northern Ireland, which is one part of the United Kingdom, and the independent Irish state (comprising the remaining 26 counties) which is officially known as Ireland, but commonly called the Republic of Ireland.
No, Ireland is separated from other countries.
Ireland is an island so it has no bordering countries. On the island of Ireland you have the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland, which have a border.Well no countries border it directly as Ireland is surrounded by water, but the 3 nearest countries are Britain, France and Spanish. Of course if you're talking about the republic of Ireland then the country that borders it would be Northern Ireland
The Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland.
There are many countries that are smaller than Ireland. Luxembourg and Belgium are two examples of countries that are smaller than Ireland.
There are two ways of looking at that. Ireland is a country, so there are no other countries in it. Ireland is also an island that has the Republic of Ireland on it, which can be just called Ireland, and also Northern Ireland.
There are many countries that are smaller than Ireland. Out of 196 countries, Ireland is ranked 118th by area which means there are still many smaller countries.
Northern Ireland (UK).
You mean counties, not countries, and Northern Ireland, not Ireland. See the related question below.
Ireland comes in at 120th largest in the world out of 234 countries.
The neighboring countries of UK are Ireland and France.Republic of Ireland, France and Belgium.
Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland are the two countries on the island. Being an island it has no other countries touching it, however England, Wales and Scotland are all fairly close to Ireland.
The Republic of Ireland shares a border with Northern Ireland.