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Ireland

It lies to the north-west of continental Europe and is surrounded by hundreds of islands and islets. To the east of Ireland is the island of Great Britain. The Republic of Ireland covers five- sixths of the island. It is a parliamentary democracy and a republic. It is bordered to the northeast by Northern Ireland, which is a part of the United Kingdom, and is otherwise surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean: particularly, the Irish Sea to the east, St George's Channel to the southeast, and the Celtic Sea to the south. The population of Ireland is estimated to be 6.2 million. Thick woodlands covered the island until the 1600s. Today, it is the most deforested area in Europe. Twenty-six mammal species are native to Ireland, with some, such as the red fox, hedgehog and badger, being very common. Others, like the Irish hare, red deer and pine mar...

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Ireland report

It lies in between the Atlantic Ocean and the Irish Sea. Politically it is divided into a sovereign state, the Republic of Ireland , that covers about five-sixths of the island (south, east, west and north-west), and Northern Ireland, which is part of the United Kingdom, covering the northeastern sixth of the island.[1] The name 'Ireland' derives from the name Ériu (in modern Irish, Éire) with the addition of the Germanic word 'land'. The population of the island is just under 6 million (2006); just over 4.2 million in the Republic of Ireland[2] (1.6 million in Greater Dublin[3]) and just over 1.7 million in Northern Ireland[4] (0.6 million in Greater Belfast[5])). Politics Politically, Ireland is divided into: · The Republic of Ireland, with its capital Dublin. · Northern Ireland, which is part of the United Kingdom, Geography A ring of coastal mountains surrounds low central plains. The...

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Ireland

Flag: green, white, orange Ireland Languages: Irish (Caelic) and English Capital: Dublin President: Mary Patricia McAleese Prime Minister: Brian Cowen Area: 70 280 km² Population: 4 156 119 people (2007/08) Independence: 6.december 1921 Monetary item: euro (EUR) Ireland is the second biggest island in Sights: Malahid Castle; Howth the Drink: Irish coffee is one of the best the Europe. It is washed and ritch peole live there; rocks; sea; coffees in the world. influenced by the Atlantic Ocean in Temple Bar for tourists only; Trinity the west and the Irish Sea in the College it has very old library. east. Sport: Ireland's national sports...

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IRELAND

Anastassia Sevtsenko The Republic of Ireland Northern Ireland Climate January and February are the coldest months of the year. Temperatures 4 - 7 °C July and August are the warmest. Temperatures 14 - 16 °C Ethnic groups Natural resources natural gas petroleum peat copper lead limestone silver President of Ireland ­ Mary McAleese Currency Before the introduction of the euro notes and coins in January 2002, Ireland used the Irish pound. Export goods machinery and equipment computers chemicals pharmaceuticals animal products Import goods data processing equipment machinery and equipment chemicals petroleum and petroleum products textiles clothing THANK YOU FOR YOUR ATTENTION! used sources : http://www.ireland-information.com/reference/geog.html http://www.infople...

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Ireland

Ireland Position Ireland is the third largest island in Europe, and the twentieth largest island in the world. It lies to the northwest of Continental Europe and is surrounded by hundreds of islands. To the east of Ireland, separated by the Irish Sea, is the island of Great Britain. Politically, the Republic of Ireland (also known simply as Ireland) covers five sixths of the island, with Northern Ireland, part of the United Kingdom, covering the remainder in the northeast. Climate Overall, Ireland has a mild, but changeable, Oceanic climate with few extremes. The warmest recorded air temperature was 33.3 °C at Kilkenny Castle, County Kilkenny on 26 June 1887, where as the lowest recorded temperature was 19.1 °C at Markree Castle, County Sligo on 16 January 1881. Inland areas are warmer in summer, and colder in winter there are usually around 40 days of below freezing temperatur...

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Seas around Ireland

Seas around Ireland Ly Ridala 2011 Vocabulary v Shipping goods - kaubavedu v Separates -eraldab v Channel -kanal v Equator ­ekvaator v Radioactively contaminated ­radioaktiivsust sisaldav v Economic importance ­majanduslik tähtsus v Wind power- tuuleenergia v Main way ­ peamine tee v Divides- jagab Vocabulary v Seal- hüljes v Area- ala v Channel- kanal v Connected- ühendatud v Cod- tursk v Haddock-kilttursk v Hake- heik v Herring- heeringas v Mackerel- makrell Basic Information Seas around Ireland are: v The Irish Sea v The Atlantic Ocean v The Celtic Sea The Irish Sea v Separates the islands of Ireland and Great Britain v St George's Channel and the North Channel v Whales and dolphins v Radioactively contaminated sea ...

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Famous people from Ireland

1854 Died 3oth Nov. 1900 Notable works: "The importance of being Earnest"; "The picture of Dorian gray" Jonathan Swift An Irish satirist, essayist, political pamphleteer, poet, cleric Notable works: "Gulliver's Travels"; "A modest proposal" Born 30th Nov. 1667 Died 19th Oct. 1745 Colin James Farrell Irish actor Appeared in: "In Bruges"; "Miami Vice"; "Tigerland"; "Odine" Born 31st May 1976 Won the golden globe award for "In Bruges" Saint Patrick The patron saint of Ireland Lived 4th to 5th century S.t Patrick's day celebrated in honor of him brought Christianity to Ireland Sold to slavery at the age of 16 Birth name was Maewyn Paul David Hewson Singer and musician (stage name "Bono") Main vocalist in the rockband U2 Born 1oth May 1960 R...

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Facts about Ireland

Ireland has won the Nobel prize for literature on four occasions with George Bernard Shaw, William Butler Yeats, Samuel Beckett and Seamus Heaney. Irish aviation fact = Shannon became the worlds first duty free airport in 1947 There is no death penalty in Ireland . Ireland is a neutral state and is not a member of N.A.T.O. The famous Titanic ship was built in Belfast. Henry Ford of Ford Motor Company was the son of an Irish emigrant. John Kennedy, the thirtyfifth President of the U.S.A.was born in Massachusetts in 1917. The Kennedy family were descendants of Irish emigrants to the U.S.A. in the nineteenth century. Kilkenny born architect James Hoban designed the White House and also the official residence of the Irish president, Aras an Uachtarain. Bushmills, Couny Antrim is the Worlds Oldest Whiskey Distillery based on the undisputed fact that a seven year licence to distil dating from April 20th 1608 is attributed to the dist...

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Ireland - powerpoint presentation

IRELAND The Emerald Island Ireland has two nicknames e ra l d Em Th e Isl e The Is l a nd of S aints a nd Scho l a rs 9000 years ago... ice more ice Click to edit Master text styles Second level Click to edit Master text stylesThird level Fourth level Second level Fifth level Third level Fourth level Fifth level Gaelic Ireland Lordship of Ireland Kingdom of Ireland United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland The Republic of Ireland Once humans...

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Ireland - Iirimaa

Northern Ireland is part of the United Kingdom. Ireland is across the Atlantic Ocean from the U.S. Area: 81,638.1 km2 Population: 6,380,661 Symbol The shamrock is another symbol of Ireland. It is always worn on St. Patrick's Day. Flag The flag of Ireland is green, white and orange. The green represents Catholics, the orange is for Protestants, and the white symbolizes the hope for peace between the two groups. Language Most people in Ireland speak English, but a few still speak Gaelic. You might hear someone say "Erin go bragh" on St. Patrick's Day, which is Gaelic for "Ireland forever." music Irish Folk Music is the music and song in the national heritage. It includes older Irish songs and me...

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Ireland

11.2011 Geography • The island of Ireland is located in the north-west of Europe, between latitudes 51° and 56° N, and longitudes 11° and 5° W. It is separated from the neighbouring island of Great Britain by the Irish Sea and the North Channel. • A ring of coastal mountains surround low plains at the centre of the island. climate  The climate of Ireland can be summed up as being mild, moist and changeable with abundant rainfall and a lack of temperature extremes.  The country receives generally warm summers and mild winters, and is considerably warmer than other areas on its latitude. This is due to the fact it lies in the Atlantic Ocean, and as a result is warmed by the Gulf Stream all year. tourist attractions  Smarmore Castle  Benburb Castle  The National Galle ry of Ireland World Heritage Sites in Ireland...

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Ireland and the UK

Ireland and the UK Anne­Mai Runtal Ireland and UK  UK (United Kingdom) Ireland • Capital: Dublin • Capital: London • Area: 70,282 square kilometres • Area: 243,610 square kilometres • Population: 3.8 million • Population: 63,181,775 • Offical lagunges: Irish, English • Offical lagunges: English • National symbol: the shamrock • National symbol: The Eagle Ireland and UK Ireland And UK Differents • Ireland is a big island to the west of  great Britain.England is a country on  Great Britain. • Ireland­euro, UK­dollar • There is a greater proportion of  Catholics in Ireland than in England.  • England is ruled by a Monarch,  Ireland is a Republic.  Com...

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Rebublic of Ireland

Capital is Dublin. ● The population of Ireland is approximately 6.4 million. ● Two main languages are spoken in Ireland: Irish and English. ● Two jurisdictions using two currencies: euro and pound sterling. Ireland has very astonishing nature Flag of Ireland The shamrock is a three-leafed clover, which was believed to bring good luck. The famous Leprechaun. Have you ever seen the end of a rainbow? If you catch a leprechaun, he will tell you, where he has hidden his gold. The Irish Harp which has always been well-loved symbol of Ireland. Merrow- mermaid Pooka- shape shifter who may appear as a horse, rabbit, goat, goblin or dog. Pookas fur is almost always dark. The Irish dullahan http:en.wikipedia.orgwikiIreland http:www.ancient-symbols.comirish-symbols.html http:www.irishindeed.compage.htm?pg=HARP http:oliverdiplace.blogspot.com201203rainbows-end. html http:amayodruid.blogspot.com201009merrow.html http:cresentmoon2007.hubpages.comhubThe-Irish- Pooka-Irish-Mythological-Creature http:deitiesdaily.tumblr.compost37098502598december- 1st-2012-dullahan http:www.travelinireland.com...

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Ireland

Ireland Ireland Ireland is a country which covers about 5/6 of Ireland island. Remaining 1/6 of this island is Northern Ireland. Republic of Ireland is located to west from Great Britain. Official language in Ireland is English and Irish. There's 26 countys WebRep Üldine reiting Dublin is the capital and most populous city of Ireland The population of Ireland is approximately 6.4 million. Just under 4.6 million live in the Republic of Ireland and just under 1.8 million live in Northern Ireland Ireland history The first known settlement in Ireland began around 8000 BC, when hunter-gathers arrived from continental Europe, probably via a land bridge. Few archaeological traces remain of this group, but their descendants and later Neolitchi arrivals, particularly from the Iberian Peninsula , were responsible for major Neolithic sites such as Newgra...

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Ireland

That lays next to Great Britain. This island is gorgeous landscape, the green hillsides and the rocky coastline. Ireland weather is influence of the Gulf Stream, there is warm and rainy through the year. The Celts inhabited the land. Ireland is separated into two parts. The north part (smaller) is part of the United Kingdom, bigger part of island makes up Republic of Ireland (independent country). The population of the Republic of Ireland is about three and half million people. There are two official language- English and Gaelic. Mostly there is used English. The Irish are know as friendly and fun-loving people. They like music and humor. In Ireland the most popular legend is about the leprechaun. He is the shoemaker of the Irish fairy kingdom. The leprechaun usually walks alone, is fun-loving and very crafty. He is no bigger than three feet tall and sometimes as small as...

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Ireland Report

Ireland is a sovereign, independent, democratic state with a parliamentary system of government. The President of Ireland is Mary Patricia McAleese. The total are of Ireland is about 81 squarekm and population is about 4 million, from children consive is 22%, workforce 67% and elder peole 11%. Religions are Roman Catholic, Church of Ireland, Presbyterian, methodist, Muslim, Jewish and the others. Ireland is a small, modern, trade-dependent economy with growth averaging 6%. Agriculture is one the most important sektor, is now dwarfed by undusrty and services. Ireland in the decade up to 2006 than any ohter developed world economy. Ireland jooned in circulating the euro in 1. January 2002 along with 11 other EU nations. The Irish Transport System Provides a nationwide coordianted road and rail system of publik transport for goodis and pass...

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Religion in Ireland

Today I'm going to talk about Christianity in Ireland, Roman Catholic Church, Saint Patrick and Saint Patrick's day . 3. Christianity is and has been the largest religion in Ireland. Most churches are organised on an all-Ireland basis which includes both Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland. Many people believe that St Patrick was the one responsible for bringing Christianity to Ireland. Although he made a major impact on Christian Ireland he certainly wasn't the first to arrive here. St. Palladius was the first Christian to arrive in Ireland. 4. The Roman Catholic Church in Ireland is part of the worldwide Roman Catholic Church. It is the largest Christian church in Ireland. This map is based on a reasearch made in 2011, that shows how many catholics are in The Republic of Ireland and in Northern Ireland. Areas in which Catholics are in the majority are blue. Areas i...

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Ireland

Ireland Geography · LocationWestern Europe · Area 84,421 km2 · Coastline 2,797 km · Highest elevation 1,041 m · Largest city Dublin · Population 6,572,728 Languages · English · Irish · Ulster Scots History · During the last glacial period, and up until about 10,000 BC, most of Ireland was periodically covered in ice. Sea levels were lower and Ireland, like Great Britain, formed part of continental Europe. By 16,000 BC, rising sea levels due to ice melting caused Ireland to become separated from Great Britain. Later, around 6000 BC, Great Britain itself became separated from continental Europe. The earliest evidence of human presence in Ireland is dated at 10,500 BC, demonstrated by a butchered bear bone found in a cave in County Clare. It is not until about 8000 BC, however, that more sustained occupation of the island has been shown, with evidence for Me...

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The Irish Problem

Detested Roman Catholicism Believed that the Irish could never be trusted Used Irish land as a way to pay 1652 "Cromwellian Settlement" in Munster and and Leinster Was a cruel man: claimed to be acting on God's behalf and expelled about 1000 Catholic priests from Ireland The main reason for this was Cromwell's belief in fundamental Protestantism and hatred of Catholicism A church ­ place for religious people to meet each other Oliver Cromwell Attempts to 'solve' the Irish problem New Model Army Coerce the Irish into obedience export children from Ireland to the sugar plantations in the West Indies, so that Ireland would suffer from a long term population loss Extreme poverty Dissolving of the problem In 1660, Cromwell died and was buried in state in Westminster Abbey Parliament reinstated the monarchy with Charles 2nd Charles relaxed the anti-Catholic...

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Irish history

It lies to the north-west of continental Europe and is surrounded by hundreds of islands and islets. To the east of Ireland, separated by the Irish Sea, is the island of Great Britain. Politically, the state Ireland (described as the Republic of Ireland) covers five-sixths of the island, with Northern Ireland, part of the United Kingdom, covering the remainder in the north-east. The first settlements in Ireland date from 8000 BC. By 200 BC Celtic migration and influence had come to dominate the island. Relatively small scale settlement by both the Vikings and Normans in the Middle Ages gave way to complete English domination by the 1600s. Protestant English rule resulted in the marginalisation of the Catholic majority, although in the north-east, Protestants were in the majority. A famine in the mid-1800s caused deaths and emigration. Followin...

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