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Ireland

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Ireland
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The Boring Facts
Population: 4.600.000
Area: 68.895 km
2
Capital: Dublin
Language
School System
Bacon and cabbage
Colcannon
Crubeens
Fried bread
Irish Traditions
Things Very Irish
Northern Irish History
Fun Facts
March 17th: St. Patrick's Day
Tuesday before Ash Wednesday: Shrove Tuesday
Friday before Easter: Good Friday
Compulsory school attendance
Junior certificate - Leaving certificate
Primary - separation
Language
9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Catholics
A mass
Uniforms
Suspended
Focus
December 26th: St. Stephen's Day
School Meals
''Whale of Time''
''The Press''
''Pint of Gat''
''Ossified''
''Do The Washing''
A Jumper''
Irish Music
Irish Sports
Irish Politics
Famous People
The Flag
Names
First Monday in May: May Day Holiday
Bodhrán
Tin whistle
Bono
Pierce Brosnan
Contentious, defining conflict - twentieth century
Impact still felt
1921 gained independence
Majority Protestants, Britain
Best living - provocation among Catholics
Frank O'Connor
Michael Collins
Raymond O'Brien
Different bands
Different music
Not popular
National Hurling team.
Sports-mad
Stadium, atmosphere
No troublemakers
Oldest, popular - Hurling
Hockey
Stick, ball called sliotar
Hands, feet allowed
Violent
Camogie girls
Gaelic Football
Glance of - Hurling
Fifteen and same Goal
Different ball (bigger)
Less violent than hurling
Don't use sticks
Goal - over the crossbar
Republic
Irish parliament
Rights and freedom
President - election
Seven years - two terms
Legislative power
Parliament - to vote
Taoisearch
Fine Gail, Labour Party, Sinn Fein and Green Party
Uachtarán na hÉireann
Bono
Paul David Hewson - Bono
10th May 1960
Lead singer - U2
1976
'Bono Vox'
Vocals, guitar, harmonica and keyboards
Pierce Brendan Brosnan
16th May 1953 - Drogheda County Louth, Ireland
Irish-American actor and film producer
James Bond - "Goldeneye", "Tomorrow Never Dies", "The World Is Not Enough" and "Die Another Day"
James Bond since 1995
Other movies
American citizen - 2004
Michael Collins
16th October 1890 - 22th December 1922
Freedom fighter, soldier and politician
Hero - Irish struggle independence
Daring strategy - Campaign of Guerrilla Warfare
Frank O'Connor
Michael Francis O'Connor O'Donovan
17th September 1903 - 10th March 1966
Irish author
150 books
Short stories and books of memories
Chaotic environment
Rescue - terrifying family life
Snakefree country
Muckanaghederdauhaulia, County Galway
Mobile phones
Raymond O'Brien
Natural redheads
Song - 5000 copies music charts
1990´s trouble
Catholics marches, militant protestants
Fight escalated, killings, everyday life
Later, no solution





1998 peace agreement
Today, clear division
peaceful in NI
paintings, peacewall
Irish Food

Galway international oyster and seafood festival
traditional, irish functional food
export
Most poplular boynames:

Sean, Jack and Connor

Most poplular girlnames:

Shannon, Ciara and Emma
Most common surnames:

O'Brien, Murphy, O'Sullivian and Ryan
March 17th: St. Patrick's Day
Irelands saint
Christianty
Deathday
Party
Tuesday before Ash Wednesday: Shrove Tuesday
Pancake day
Jesus gave his last supper
''Love with humility''
Sacrifice
Friday before Easter: Good Friday
Two days before easter
Jesus crucifixion
Important
First Monday in May: May Day Holiday
Since pagan time
Feast of Beltane
Marys day
December 26th: St. Stephen's Day
The day of wren
Celebrate the life of St. Stephen
Family and friend
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