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  • 1.  
  • 2. Map & flag
  • 3. History
    • 3000 B.C . Building of first megalithic building
    • 700 B.C. Celts arrive from Gaul and Brytanii. Partition of Ireland onto provinces. ( Having accord to peoples' announcements)
    • ok. 350 Appear oneself Christianity in Ireland.
    • 432 Arrival of saint Patric to Ireland.
    • 795 Beginning of incursions of vikings.
    • 1172 Pope makes known , that Henryk English II is feudal you of Ireland.
    • 1595-1603 Nine-year-old war, unsuccessful rising proven by Hugh O'Neilla.
    • 1649 Invasion Cromwella onto Ireland.
    • 1782 Parlament Grattana extorts acknowledgement through Britons of formal independence of Ireland.
    • 1920-21 War of England with Ireland; rising of Free State of Ireland and North Ireland.
    • 1971 IRA begins campaign onto thing of resignation of British army from Ireland. Faulkner becomes prime Minister of North Ireland.
  • 4. Saint Patryc
    • He executed chrystianizacji of Ireland and base of organization kośc created
  • 5. Clover
    • Having accord to legend Patric used clovers for explanation Irishmans of creature of Saint trinity - this plant to today it is symbol both his as whole Ireland.
  • 6. Capital of Ireland: Dublin
  • 7. Capital of Ireland: Dublin
    • Trinity College of Dublin
  • 8. Capital of Ireland: Dublin
    • Christ Church of Dublin
  • 9. Capital of Ireland: Dublin
  • 10.
    • St. Patrick’s Cathedral
    Capital of Ireland: Dublin
  • 11. Aran Islands
    • Dolmen Pulnabrone in hrabstwie Mayo
  • 12. Monument
    • Celtic crosses
  • 13. Monument
    • Monastic tower in Monasterboice
  • 14. Monument
    • Monastic tower in Clonmacnoise
  • 15. Monument
    • Monastic tower in Glendalough.
  • 16. Monument
    • Fortress, in Cahir
  • 17. Monument
    • Castle Bunratty
  • 18. Monument
    • Ruin of castle and abbeys on white rock in Cashel
  • 19. Monument
  • 20. Scenery
  • 21. Scenery
  • 22. Scenery
  • 23. Scenery
  • 24. Scenery

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