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Transcript of IRELAND
In spite of the emigration and a developed well connection with the musical British and American influences, the Irish music has supported many of his traditional aspects. In addition, it has influenced many of the musical forms of nowadays, such as the roots of the
in the United States, which in turn have influenced enormously in the creation of the
. In occasions it has been modernized, and fused with the
rock and roll
punk rock and other musical kinds
. Some of these artists reached reputation in Ireland and abroad fusing songs.
Saint Patrick's Day-Lá Fhéile Pádraig
is Irelands official national holiday. The 17th of March holiday is celebrated in Ireland and also embraced by many other countries around the world.
They believe in the lucky and the clover (seamair)
Folklore Stories, Legends & Myths
Irish wedding traditions
*CAPITAL OF IRELAND*
WHAT DO YOU NEED TO KNOW IF YOU GO TO IRELAND?
Followers of William of Orange
Gaelic tradition of Ireland
Aspiration of peace between them
layers coated pork sausages involved on bacon mixed with potatoes and onions
Is an island situated in the North Atlantic
*6.4 million people
LAKES AND MOUNTAINS
Macgillycuddy's Reeks, Wicklow Mountains
Shannon, Liffey, Boyne, Moy, Barrow
, or Irish Gaelic is the country's first official
, however the second official language English is more commonly spoken.
Ireland is called
in Irish and is also known as the Republic of Ireland.
There are over
4.75 million people
living in Ireland .
The Irish capital,
is home to over one quarter of the total population.
Other Irish cities of note include Cork, Limerick and Galway.
states of Ireland
The total catch of the Irish fleet is about 250,000 tonnes.
cod, herring, salmon and whiting.
Killybegs, Howth, Rossaveel, Dunmore East and Castletownbere, and in Northern Ireland Kilkeel, Ardglass and Portavogie
The story of the world-famous vampire Count Dracula was written in 1897 by
, from Dublin.
Ireland has won the Eurovision Song Contest a
At the Olympics, boxing is Ireland's most successful sport.
Go raibh maith agat!
*Official Languages: English & Irish
*Area: 84,421 square kilometres
*Government: Unitary Parliamentary
*Telephone Prefix: +353
*Adoption: 1919 *Proportion: 1:2
Where is Dublin?
Libraries and museums
Music and sports
"If you like bars, here we have the perfect route."
Coordenates: 53°20′33″N 6°15′57″O
-William Butler Yeats
-George Bernard Shaw
-National Print Museum of Ireland
-Trinity College's library
-Royal Hibernian Academy
St Stephen's Green
Most Popular Sports
5th largest stadium in Europe , Croke Park
Is the favourite food of Seán O'Casey & Jonathan Swift
An old Irish Halloween tradition mentions that should be served colcannon with small prizes (coins) within it.
Jonathan Swift - Gulliver's Travels,
James Joyce - Ulysses
It is divided in 6 parts or kingdoms.
And each one of this in an other subdivision
In total 20 districts without Nothern Ireland.
The temple bar is one of the oldest neighborhoods in the capital.
It is located between Dame Street and the River Liffey
The neighborhood is known for its great nightlife, narrow streets are full of pubs and restaurants are always full of tourists and locals.
-Telephone Prefix: 01
What can i see in ireland?
The Blarney's castle
Blarney's castle is a medieval strength placed in Blarney's locality. In the bank of the river Martin. It is partially destroyed staying the tower of the honoring and some rooms. Surrounding the castle they find the gardens that contain different interesting points.
The causeway of the Giant
The Causeway of the Giant is an area that contains approximately 40.000 columns of basalt from the relatively rapid cooling of the lava in a crater that happened does approximately 60 million years.
The cliffs rise 120 m above the Atlantic Ocean at Hag's Head called and extend over 8 kilometers to reach a height of 214 m .
There is a tower next to the cliffs (O'Brien 's Tower).
Galway is the capital of the county of Galway, in Ireland. The city is on the coast west of the island, Is one of the cities with more economic growth of the European Union,
The visitors must kiss the stone on the part of below being suspended in the emptiness and they will obtain the gift of the eloquence.
Heritage of the Humanity was declared in 1986, and Natural National Reservation.