What Continent Is Ireland on?

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The continent Ireland is on is the continent of Europe. It is on the far western side of Europe in the North Atlantic Ocean. Ireland is divided into two parts, Northern Island which is still part of Great Britain, and the Republic of Ireland.
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Ireland is part of Europe.
Ireland is located in Western Europe, occupying five-sixths of the island of Ireland in the North Atlantic Ocean, west of Great Britain
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Ireland shares an island with Great Britain and Scotland, and as such is not on a continent, but is considered to be a country in Europe.
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Ireland is on an island off the northwest coast of Europe. Ireland and Northern Ireland are on their own island. The Irish Sea separates the island from Scotland, England, and Wales
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Ireland is located in the continent of Europe.
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Europe. Duh!
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