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éIre  the irish name for the
éIre  the irish name for the
éIre  the irish name for the
éIre  the irish name for the
éIre  the irish name for the
éIre  the irish name for the
éIre  the irish name for the
éIre  the irish name for the
éIre  the irish name for the
éIre  the irish name for the
éIre  the irish name for the
éIre  the irish name for the
éIre  the irish name for the
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  • 1. Éire -the Irish name for the island of Ireland.
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  • 3. Ireland'sCall
    Come the day and come the hour Come the power and the glory We have come to answer Our Country's call From the four proud provinces of Ireland ChorusIreland, Ireland,Together standing tallShoulder to shoulderWe'll answer Ireland's call From the mighty Glens of Antrim From the rugged hills of Galway From the walls of Limerick And Dublin Bay From the four proud provinces of Ireland Chorus Hearts of steel And heads unbowing Vowing never to be broken We will fight, until We can fight no more For the four proud provinces of Ireland
  • 4. IerlandsRoep
    Komen dagen, komen uren Komen kracht en roem We kwamen als antwoord in oproep van 's lands vier Ierse provincies RefreinIerland, IerlandSamen rijzig staandSchouder aan schoudervolgen w'Ierlands roep Van grootse Antrim velden Van ruige Galway heuvels Van Limericks muren En Dublins baai Van vier Ierse provincies Refrein Stalen harten En fiere hoofden Nooit te breken eden We vechten tot We niet meer kunnen Van vier Ierse provincies
  • 5. LANDSCHAP
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  • 9. Formedbybyvolcaniceruptionsor the giants?
  • 10. Ireland , the land that boasts 40 shades of green,
    The Burren
    -formed around 340 million years ago.
    -miles of limestonelayers
    -70% of Ireland’s native flora
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  • 12. Gaeilge, the Leprechauns(because of their love of dancing they (the Fae) will constantly need shoes~William Butler Yeats) ,
  • 13. Irish traditional instruments
    The Tin~ whistle~“feadógstain”
    ~The fiddle~identicalto the violin
    (regional styles; the Donegal style, Sligo Style, Galway Style, Clare Style, Kerry/Cork Style etc.)
    the first ever ~harp~was owned by Dagda
    (Had it not been for the Irish harp, there would have been no music at all on the Crusades.~
    John of Sailsbury)
  • 14. the Giant’sCauseway:
    -causedbyvolcaniceruptions
    -or…. giant Finn MacCoolbuilt County  Antrim’s Causeway as a pathway to Scotland
    (similar stones on the island of Straffa in the Scottish Hebrides),
    to see the rival giant ?
    (ancient legend)
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  • 18. The corrs, the cranberries, enya
  • 19. Irishdancing, Traditional Irish Game Of Hurling(woodenstick=hurl, smallball=sliotar)
  • 20. TAAL
  • 21. Irish (Gaeilge) is an Indo-European language.

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