2 edition of Facts about Ireland. found in the catalog.
Facts about Ireland.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 201-202) and index.
|Contributions||Ireland. Dept. of Foreign Affairs.|
|LC Classifications||DA906 .F3 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 206 p. :|
|Number of Pages||206|
|LC Control Number||95168457|
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Top ten little-known facts about Ireland (VIDEO. The book is not too long and not too short and covers the history of Ireland from prehistory to around Ireland has an incredible history and it's had some amazing characters.
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5. Pubs are an important central gathering place in Ireland. Irelands oldest pub is Seans Bar in Athlone. It was founded, like, years ago. The countrys oldest licensed pub, though, is Grace Neills Bar in Donaghadee, established in I love the ancient history of Ireland.
Ireland's name 'Éire' comes from the Gaelic language. 'Eriu' is the name of the goddess of the country. Ireland for Kids | Ireland Facts. The island is km miles long and km miles wide. Ireland is slightly larger than the state of West Virginia USA and slightly bigger than the countries of Georgia or Sri Lanka.
General Facts about Ireland. Below are some general info such as total population, land area, biggest lake, highest mountain and other general facts about Ireland that might be interesting to know.
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Ulster is a province made up of nine counties, N Ireland is Six counties within Ulster. Ulster and N Ireland are not the same. Munster is a province not a county as described in this book.
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A wildfire that scorched the coast of Ireland has revealed a World War II-era sign carved into the ground. Irish police officers spotted it while flying over Bray Head to assess the fires. The first printed book in Ireland was the Book of Common Prayer.  Access to the printing press was hindered in the s and the s by official caution, although an Irish version of the Bible (known as Bedell 's Bible after the Anglican clergyman who commissioned it) was published in the 17th century.
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