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Ireland
   has this flag:   

The Irish tricolor flag, created in 1848, was designed to reflect the country's political realities. Orange stands for Irish Protestants, green for Irish Catholics and the white stripe for the hope that peace might eventually be reached between them.
IRL
   is the international car registration for   
Republic of Ireland
Ireland
   has the capital   
Dublin
Dublin's official date of establishment was in 988 A.D. although evidence of it's existence dates back to the second century in which it was named Eblana. By the end of the 17th century a remarkable growth began with Protestant refugees from the European continent pouring into Dublin. After Independence, in 1916 Dublin became the political, economic, and cultural center of Ireland.
Ireland
   has the national flower   
The Shamrock
Murphy's
   beer comes from   
Ireland
English
   is an official language of   
Ireland
Irish
   is an official language of   
Ireland
The Blarney Stone
   is situated in   
Ireland
Cork. Visitors can kiss the stone, and so gain the poetic speech and ability to spin a fine tale for which the irish are famous. Hence the term 'Blarney' meaning a beautiful, but probably 'tall' tale.
Ireland
   belongs to   
Ireland
32,589 sq. mi.
Dublin Bay
   is located in   
Republic of Ireland
U2
   come from   
Ireland
Ireland
   is situated in   
Europe
Irish Stew
   comes from   
Ireland
The quintessential Irish dish, Irish stew can provoke heated discussion among people in Ireland about its ingredients. They do vary a lot from recipe to recipe, but all are agreed that the meat is always lamb (or mutton) and there must be onions and potatoes.
Aer Lingus
   is based in   
Ireland
Dublin. National airline
Northern Ireland
   has the National Plant   
Shamrock
Ireland
   can be described as   
"The Emerald Isle"
Barry McGuigan
   comes from   
Ireland
Sligo, Mayo, Clare, Tipperary
   are all   
Counties in Ireland
O'Connell Bridge
   is in   
The Republic of Ireland
Dublin
O'Donovan Rossa Bridge
   is in   
The Republic of Ireland
Dublin
Rory O'More Bridge
   is in   
The Republic of Ireland
Dublin
Seán O'Casey Bridge
   is in   
The Republic of Ireland
Dublin
Shamrock
   is associated with   
Ireland
The Shamrock was used to explain The Holy Trinity
Cork and Ross
   is situated in   
Ireland
Limerick
   is situated in   
Ireland
Éire
   is the native name for   
Ireland
Dublin Zoo
   is found in   
Ireland
Dublin no doubt!!!!
Ireland
   has the patron saint   
Patrick
March 17
There Are More Irish in New York City Than in Dublin, Ireland
   is   
True
Ireland
   presented the song   
All Kinds Of Everything
Dana 1970
Ireland
   presented the song   
What's Another Year
Johnny Logan 1980
Dublin Port Tunnel
   is located in   
Ireland
4.5 km
Jack Lynch Tunnel
   is located in   
Ireland
1.8 km
Limerick Tunnel
   is located in   
Ireland
10 km
Ireland
   has the emblem   
Shamrock
Irish Draught
   originated in   
Ireland
Islandmagee
   is located in   
Northern Ireland
Belfast Telegraph
   is published in   
Northern Ireland
Had an average circulation of 75,964 for the first six months of 2008.
St. Patrick's Cathedral
   is located in   
Ireland
The site of St. Patrick's Cathedral is said to be the earliest Christian site in Ireland, where St. Patrick baptized converts
Newgrange
   is located in   
County Meath, Ireland
An example of a megalithic passage tomb mound
Ireland RTE National Symphony Orchestra
   recorded   
Freitas Branco: Symphony No. 4 and Vathek
Naxos, 2010
Kilkenny
   was formerly the capital of   
Ireland
Cromwellian conquest of Ireland, 1642 - 1651
Belfast Botanic Gardens
   is situated in   
Northern Ireland
Ireland shares borders with 1 other countries.
UK
Ireland
   had the general   
Sir Hubert Gough
General
Shannon
   International Airport is in   
Shannon, Ireland
Is one of Ireland's 3 primary airports. Shannon holds an important place in Ireland's aviation history as it was the first transatlantic gateway between Ireland and U.S.A., and the birthplace of duty-free shopping.
Thin Lizzy
   come from   
Ireland
Clannad
   come from   
Ireland
The Cranberries
   come from   
Ireland






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