The green, flag pole side, represents the Republic of Ireland. The orange, far side of flag pole, represents Northern Ireland which is controlled by the United Kingdom. The white represents peace between the two countries.
The Tart with a Cart
Its a Long Way to Tipperary
The Croppy Boy
The Full Irish
Black Pudding with Tart Apple Puree
Potato And Apple Cake
Irish Soda Bread
Leek And Potato Soup
Cod Baked With Bacon
Beef in Guinness
Poached Salmon with Sorrel Sauce
Salt Beef with Cabbage And Parsley Sauce
Colcannon and Stamp
In Ireland the population is smaller than the USA but the student teacher ratio is three students more than the USA's student teacher ratio. When schooling was outlawed in Ireland they still taught.
The population density in Ireland is one-hundred sixty-seven the USA is population is less dense. Ireland is home to 4,250,163 people.
17 thlargest national debt
70,280 square Kilometers
Has two official languages
Currency is the Euro
Guinness Store House
The Dun Aengus
Dun Amase Castle
Paul David Hewson
Ernst Thomas Sinton Walton
Elizabeth (Betty) Williams
Ordinary riches can be stolen, real riches cannot. In your soul are infinitely precious things that cannot be taken from you. Oscar Wilde
The Nobel Peace Prize is not awarded for what one has done, but hopefully what one will do. Betty Williams
Londonderry (Northern Ireland)
Belfast (Northern Ireland)
Dublin (Republic of Ireland)
Galway (Republic of Ireland)
Waterford (Republic of Ireland)
Limerick (Republic of Ireland)
Cork (Republic of Ireland)
Tralee (Republic of Ireland)
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