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Ireland is a beautiful green country located in northwest Europe. It is an island that is separated from Great Britain by the Irish Sea. The island is considered the 20th largest island in the world, and encompasses 84,421 kilometers squared of land. It is home to 6.4 million people, and the capital city of Dublin has a population ...

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The Irish consume in average 131.1 liters of beer per year - the 2nd highest per- capita consumption after the Czech Republic. Famous Irish breweries include Guinness, Smithwicks (Kilkenny), and Harp Lager. The three most famous symbols of Ireland are the green Shamrock, the harp, and the Celtic cross. Halloween ...

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Ireland Facts for Kids. Learn some interesting information about Ireland while enjoying a range of fun facts and trivia that's perfect for kids! Read about the national symbols, Irish novelists, its national holiday, major cities, language, favorite sport and much more.

What are some Interesting Facts about Ireland?

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Jun 30, 2017 ... Here are some fun and strange facts about the Irish and Ireland. Ever wondered about how the Irish got that way? I don't know about you but I can often root an Irish person out in a crowd full of strangers especially on St. Patrick's Day in the US when they can stand out a mile. In celebration of the special ...

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Feb 6, 2013 ... Find out what made our list of facts about Ireland below: The longest place name in Ireland is Muckanaghederdauhaulia. The Guinness Brewery in St. James Street Dublin has a 9,000 year lease; The Titanic was built in Belfast, Northern Ireland; In 1447, moustaches were illegal in Ireland. An odd Irish ...

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Muhammad Ali has some Irish heritage. His great grandfather was born in Ennis, County Clare, and emigrated to Kentucky in the 1860s. There, he married an African-American woman. A son born to this couple also married and African- American woman, who gave birth to Ali's mother, ...

What are some Facts about Ireland?

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Sep 12, 2017 ... Here are 12 interesting (and weird) facts about Ireland that we weren't aware of before. Some are really quite odd... check it out.

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Before the 1990s Ireland had a low rank in consumption, however now statistics show that the average Irish person drinks about 100 litres of beer each year! 2. Ireland has the fourth largest stadium in Europe. Croke Park in Ireland's capital city Dublin, home of the Gaelic Athletic Association, has a capacity of 82,300! It has a ...

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Skellig Michael, or Great Skellig, is the larger of the two Skellig Islands, 11.6 kilometres (7.2 miles) west of the Iveragh Peninsula in County Kerry, Ireland.A Christian monastery was founded on the island at some point between the 6th and 8th century and remained continuously occupied until it was abandoned in the late ...

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