Ireland

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Ireland

  1. 1. Ireland The most drunk country in Europe…
  2. 2. • Makes part of the european union• Is a country in the island of Ireland• Is recognized for been the most drunk country in Europe• Is a country with hight level of acceptance as soon as drugs.• Have 3 provinces : Leinster, Connacht and Munster• Their political goverment way is a republic.
  3. 3. • National date: march 17• Capital: Dublin• Population: 4.581.269• Area: 70.273 km2• Idiom: Irish, English• Currency: Euro. “Let love and friendship reign“
  4. 4. Location
  5. 5. In their typical couisine are the Irish stew with bacon andcabbage, the boxty, the coddle (made with pork sausage) and thebreakfast with pork fried, potatoe and some farls.
  6. 6. One ofthe drinks associated withIreland is Guinness is oftenserved in pubs, It is alwayspresent in the Celtictradition of cider drinking,as well as single malts andIrish coffee. Since1974, Ireland produced one of the mostfamous liqueur, BaileysIrish Cream, consisting ofa mixture of creamwith Irish whiskey
  7. 7. SAINT PATRICKIs the patron of the island, heimplemented the cristianitythere.
  8. 8. Leprechaun• They are elves that look like old men• They are partly material and the spiritual• They enjoy performing tricks• They are dedicated to manufacture or repair shoes
  9. 9. • Are said to be very rich• Stored in clay jars buried treasures auric during wartime• If someone manages to gaze upon one of them can not move, but the moment when you stop looking, it disappears
  10. 10. Glenveagh national park
  11. 11. Ballycroy Connemara KillarneyBurren
  12. 12. • The official languages ​are Irish (Gaeilge), native Celtic language, and English, which is constitutionally described as a secondary official language. Learning Irish is compulsory in education, but English is widely prevalent. The street signs are usually bilingual and there are also national media in Irish.
  13. 13. MUSIC U2,Van Morrison, The Corrs, The Cranberries, Bob Geldof, Gary Moore, Thin Lizzy, Horslips, Rory Gallagher, Westlife, Boyzone, The Script, Chris de Burgh y Jedward.

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