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  • 1. THEREPUBLICOFIRELAND
  • 2. 1.WHEREISTHEREPUBLICOFIRELAND?
  • 3. Look at thisworldmap:
  • 4. TheRepublic of Irelandisa country situated in theNorthwest of Europeand itisindependentfromUnitedKingdom.
  • 5. 2.GENERAL INFORMATION
  • 6. Capital city: Dublin
    Population: 4.500.000
    Currency: Euro (€)
    Languages: English, IrishGaelic
    Nationality: Irish
    Religion: Catholic, Protestant
    Emblem: IrishHarp – (Shamrock)
    Patron Saint: St. Patrick (17th of March)
    Maincities: Cork, Galway, Limerick
    Weather: rainy and warm
  • 7. EMBLEM: THE IRISH HARP
  • 8. CURRENCY: EURO (€)
  • 9. EIRE-THE EMERALD ISLE
  • 10. GARDA:IRISH POLICE
    GARDA
    GARDA CAR
  • 11. TRANSPORT
    BUS
    LUAS
    DART
  • 12. IRISH AIRLINES
    RYANAIR
    AER LINGUS
  • 13. IRISH SPORTS
  • 14. RUGBY
    WORLD CHAMPIONS IN 2008
  • 15. CROKE PARK STADIUM
  • 16. HURLING
    • Sport of ancient Gaelic origin
    • 17. Played with sticks called hurleys and a ball called a sliotar
  • GAELIC FOOTBALL
    • Mixture of soccer and rugby. Teams of 15 players.
    • 18. Score by kicking or striking the ball with the hand and getting it through the goals.
  • IRISH MUSIC AND DANCE
  • 19. MUSIC
    IRISH HARP
    TIN WHISTLER
    VIOLIN
    BODHRAN
    BAGPIPE
  • 20. DANCE
    DANCE
    LORD OF THE DANCE (1996)
  • 21. IRISH CELEBRITIES
  • 22. MUSICIANS
    BONO (U2)
    THECORRS
  • 23. WESTLIFE
  • 24. ACTORS
    PIERCEBROSNAN
    COLINFARRELL
  • 25. WRITERS
    BRAM STOKER (1847)
    DRACULA (1897)
  • 26. WRITERS
    THE PICTURE OF DORIAN GRAY (1890)
    OSCAR WILDE (1854)
  • 27. IRISH FOOD
  • 28. IRISH BREAKFAST
  • IRISH STEW (LUNCH / DINNER)
  • Fish pie
    Salmon
    Crab and salmonsandwich
  • 41. BAKERY
    MUFFIN
    SCONE
  • 42.
  • 43. IRISH DRINKS
  • 44. CHAI LATTE
    TEA
    MILK
    WATER
    ORANGE PEEL
    CLOVES
    CINNAMON
    BLACK PEPPERCORNS
    NUTMEG
    WHITE SUGAR
    BLACK TEA LEAVES
  • 45. BEER
    Arthur Guinnessstarted in 1759
    Guinnessstout (cerveza negra)
    A portion of barleyistoasted
  • 46. GUINNESS STORE HOUSE
  • 47. IMPORTANT PLACES
  • 48. CORK
  • 49.
  • 50.
  • 51. CATHEDRAL
  • 52. MARKET
  • 53. KILKENNY
  • 54.
  • 55.
  • 56. COBH
  • 57.
  • 58.
  • 59. KINSALE
  • 60.
  • 61.
  • 62. BUNRATTY
  • 63.
  • 64.
  • 65. THE SCHOOL
  • 66. CLIFFS OF MOHER
  • 67.
  • 68.
  • 69. SPANISH POINT
  • 70. GALWAY
  • 71.
  • 72. KYLEMORE ABBEY
  • 73. SKY ROAD
  • 74. LIMERICK
  • 75.
  • 76. GLENDALOUGH
  • 77.
  • 78.
  • 79. DUBLIN
  • 80.
  • 81. DUBLIN
    • Population: 505.739
    • 82. Largestcityand capital of theRepublic of Ireland
    • 83. Irishname of thecity: Baile ÁthaCliath
    • 84. Firstsettlersof thecity: Norman Vikings
    • 85. The River Liffeydivides the town into: Northside (working class) and Southside (upper middle class)
    • 86. Museums: NationalGallery, IrishMuseum of Modern Art, Natural HistoryMuseum
    • 87. Mainstreets: Grafton St., O’Connell St., Dame St.
  • DUBLIN CASTLE
  • 88.
  • 89. CHRIST CHURCH CATHEDRAL
  • 90. STEPHEN’S GREEN PARK
  • 91. GRAFTON STREET
  • 92. O’ CONELL STREET
  • 93. HALF PENNY BRIDGE AND RIVER LEFFEY
  • 94. DUBLIN UNIVERSITY: “TRINITY COLLEGE”
  • 95. THE LONG LIBRARY
  • 96. MONUMENTS
    OSCAR WILDE
    MOLLY MALLONE
  • 97. “THE SPIRE”121.2 metres in height, made of steelInstalledbetweenDecember 2002 anJanuary 2003
  • 98. IRISH PUBS
    TEMPLE BAR
  • 99. CAFÉ EN SEINE
  • 100. CAFÉ EN SEINE
  • 101. CAFÉ EN SEINE
  • 102. PHOENIX PARK
    2ndlargestenclosedpark in theworld
  • 103. PHOENIX PARK707 hectareswalledcircumference of 16 km
  • 104. In Phoenix Park you can visittheDublin Zoo, there are more than 700 animals.
  • 105. Commonnativespecies:
    B
    A
    D
    G
    E
    R
  • 106. RED FOX
  • 107. HEDGEHOG
  • 108. ÁrasanUachtaráin
  • 109. ST. PATRICK’S DAY
    17th MARCH
  • 110.
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  • 112. THEEND

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