Justyna Bieńkowska

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Justyna Bieńkowska

  1. 1. Added by webmaster:In this presentation there are movies prepared by author.We are very sorry, but it is not possible to play them. Ireland -
  2. 2. St. Patrick’s Day The holiday commemorates thedeath of St. Patrick,a missionary who convertedthe Irish to Christianity in the5th century. The legend has itthat he banished all the snakesfrom Ireland, which is nowconsidered just a metaphor for
  3. 3. Symbols of Ireland
  4. 4. 1.Irish Flag-the green represents the native people of Ireland (most of whom are Roman Catholic). The orange represents the Britishsupporters of William.2.The four leaf Clover- the origins believe that domesticatedanimals fed on a diet rich in clover grow fat and produce good milk.
  5. 5. 3.The Irish Celtic Cross-A mixture of pagan worshipand Christianity comes together in this design.4. The traditional Irish ring- – thecring– symbolises friendship, love and loyalty.5. Rainbows -Many people believe that theleprechaun keeps his gold at the end of a rainbow.
  6. 6. 6.Leprechaun- As legend holds, Leprechauns love to collect gold, which they store in a pot and hide at the end of a rainbow. If a human catches a leprechaun, the fairy must grant the human three-wishes before he can be release.7. The harp- It appears on Irish coins, thepresidential flag, state seals, uniforms,andofficial documents.
  7. 7. Main Cities
  8. 8. Irish monumentsThe Spire, Dublin- points skyward over the historic Irish capital like an enormous needleMitchelstown
  9. 9. Liam MellowesStatue,Galway-areminder ofanother war,culminating in theFight forIndependence canbe seen at EyreSquare. General Post
  10. 10. Father MatthewStatue-standing inthe centre of PatrickStreet, this statuecommemorates Fr.Thoebold Matthew,the apostle ofTemperance. Alcock andBrown, Clifden-close to the ruins of
  11. 11. James JoyceMonument-monument of onefavourite irishwriter. TuroeMonument,Galway-uniqueand beautifullydecoratedmonolith is one ofthe great
  12. 12. Irish food Irish Barmbr stew ackStew made Yeasted bread withfrom lamb, carr added sultanasots and raisins.potatoes, onions
  13. 13. Champ ColcannonDish madeby Dishcombining ma consistingshed of mashedpotatoes and potatoes with cabb
  14. 14. Irish Coddl coffee e Dish consistinCocktail co g of layers ofnsisting of roughlyhot coffee sliced porkIrish
  15. 15. Irish Halloween
  16. 16. IRISH CURRENCY & FOOTBALL
  17. 17. Curiosity about Ireland• Ten Irish people have been awarded with the Nobel prize: Sean McBride (Peace), Mairead Corrigan and Betty Williams (peace), John Hume and David Trimble (peace), Ernest Thomas Sinton Walton (physics).• Ireland is known as the “Emerald Island”• The Irish alphabet has only 18 letters. There is no
  18. 18. Some Irish• Life is proverbs like a cup of tea, its all in how you make it• A friends eye is a good mirror.• A light heart lives long• Age is honorable and youth is noble.• An Irishman is never at peace except when hes
  19. 19. THANKS FOR WATCHING! Baltimore - IRELANDPrepared by:Justyna Bieńkowska, III C

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