Ireland's nickname is "The Emerald Isle," for the lush green of the Irish landscape.
Ireland is sometimes also called "The Land of Saints and Scholars," referring to the golden age of monastic learning.
Ireland's National rugby squad doesn't have a nickname
The Emerald Isle was the popular nickname in the 1800s and 1900s. Other nicknames were "John Bull's Other Island" and "West Britain."
Irelands Flag stands for your but
Sounds true to me, that's what i hear other people call it most commony.
Kerry in football. Kilkenny in hurling.
Young Irelands GAA was created in 1952.
There is currently no show called Irelands Got Talent
Irelands special forces is Fianoglach or Army Ranger Wing.
the emerald isle this is because of the year round rain and temperate climate allow large amounts of vegatation to grow year round...when seen from altitude the entire island is green.
its what they do is mostly there culture
chio No its not
the activity is boating.probably.