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  • 1. NAMES: JESLER GARCÍA GISSIS YANEZ ANA PEREIRA
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  • 3. Irish history can be summed up: Ireland was far from Europe, close to England,and now it´s torn between two. No snakes in Ireland. 10.000 years in one line!
  • 4. Farmers The first inhabitants of Ireland were farmers and metal Workers(celts). They built Newgrange. The Celts The Vikings
  • 5. Farmers NEWGRANGE
  • 6. The English The Normads invaded Ireland and their castles began to dot the countryside . Due to the Normads were protestants, the catholic churches were forbidden .
  • 7. A nation once again The population was reduced dramaticly by the wars And the Irish Femine (1979) .
  • 8. A nation once again Finally the Irish people could release of the british Power. For that they lost one part of their nation “the Ulster” .
  • 9. Europe and Beyond In 1973, Ireland joined to the European Union. The result has been dramatic. In the 90´s Ireland trans- formed into the “Celtic Tiger”. The most rapidly gro- wing economy in Europe. .
  • 10. The flag of Ireland GREEN: Roman Catholics ORANGE: Protestants WHITE: The desired peace between them
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  • 12. Ireland is sometimes known as the "Emerald Island" because of its green scenery. Since 1921 the island has been divided politically into two parts, t he state, Ireland, with jurisdiction over about five sixths of the island; and Northern Ireland, a constituent country of the United Kingdom
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    • Dublin
    • Wicklow
    • Wexford
    • Carlow
    • Kildare
    • Meath
    • Louth
    • Monaghan
    • Cavan
    • Longford
    • Westmeath
    • Offaly
    • Laois
    • Kilkenny
    • Waterford
    • Cork
    • Kerry
    • Limerick
    • Tipperary
    • Clare
    • Galway
    • Mayo
    • Roscommon
    • Sligo
    • Leitrim
    • Donegal
    CITIES
  • 14. Rivers The lowland is drained by numerous slow- flowing streams, the largest of which is the River Shannon, 340 km in length. This is the location of Ireland's earliest hydro-electric power scheme.
  • 15. Climate I reland's mild and equable climate is a reflection of the fact that its shores are bathed by the relatively warm ocean waters of the North Atlantic Drift.
  • 16. People I reland has been inhabited since Stone-Age times and for more than five thousand years has been the recipient of peoples moving westwards across the European continent.
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  • 18. Languages
    • English
    • Irish
    • Polish
    • Chinese
  • 19. Food Traditional breakfast Irish stew
  • 20. Holidays and festivals
    • St Stephen´s day
    • Holloween
    • All saints´ day
    • Saint Patrick´s day
  • 21. Pubs Typically pubs are important meeting places, where people can gather and meet their neighbours and friends in a relaxed atmosphere. Pubs vary widely according to the clientele they serve, and the area they are in.
  • 22. Sport Sport in Ireland is popular and widespread. Throughout the country a wide variety of sports are played, the most popular being Gaelic football, hurling, rugby union, soccer and hockey.
  • 23. Education There are three distinct levels of education in the Republic of Ireland: primary, secondary and higher (often known as third-level or tertiary) education. In recent years further education has grown immensely.
  • 24. Music
  • 25. Films set in Ireland

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