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IRELAND IRELAND Presentation Transcript

  • DUBLIN
  • IN WhICH COUNTRY IS IT?Dublin is in Ireland, in the north-west ofEurope.Find out Dublin!
  • The extension ofDublin is...The extension of Dublin is about921km2Turisticvisit aroundDublin
  • HOW MANY PEOPLE LIVE IN DUBLIN?1.122.821 people live in Dublin
  • Let me see whichlanguages people speak inDublin...Dubliners speak English and Irish!
  • Dublins flagTTTTTTTTTTTT
  • Were goint to talkabout the currency ofDublin...The Irish currency is the Euro.
  • Whats the weather liketoday?In Dublin normally the weather is...·Dublin is one of the driest parts ofIreland.·It rains around 150 days a year.·Summer is a meteorological lottery: itsimpossible to predict if the weather willbe wet or dry.· In July and August there are about 18hours of daylight and it gets dark around11pm.
  • TRADITIONS·Culture Night Dublin in September.·St Patrics Day, dedicated to thenational patron saint.·Bloomsday Festival (16thJune).More information about Bloomsday!
  • We want toknow moreabout Dublin...
  • CURIOSITIES ABOUT THISPLACE....·When you are invited to a table to drink, youshouldnt offer the first round, but wait your turn.·The statue representing the river Shannon iscalled "the floozy in the Jacuzzi."·The name of the Guinness Book of Recordsderives from the beer of the same name. Itscreator Sir Hugh Beaver was in fact, thedelegated administrator of the renownedGuinness factory.·In the Trinity College library you can find themost ancient harp of Ireland.