Ireland

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Introduction:

Ireland is an island positioned at the north Atlantic region and separated from Great Britain. The people of Ireland consume high amount of beer. The famous Irish breweries are Smith wicks, Harp Lager and Guinness. The three most famous symbols of Ireland are the Harp, Celtic cross and the green Shamrock. The famous story of Dracula was first introduced here in Ireland in Halloween. There are no snakes on this Island. Some common species like moles, polecats, roe deer and weasels are not found here because it is isolated from the European mankind. The people of Ireland are very heighted and the minimum height of men in Ireland is 5ft. 8 inch and of women is 5ft. 5 inch. There are a percentage of 90 people who are Catholic but very less people go to churches which are about 30 percent. The driest month in Ireland is May. Most of the people in Ireland wear glasses or contact lenses as they have eyesight problem. The musician has to sell 5, 000 copies to hit the best musician list and a writer has to sell 3, 000 books to beat the list of top booksellers. There are islands that are considered to be the most beautiful places to enjoy the sunshine. River Shannon is the largest and most beautiful river in Ireland. There is a castle which is considered to be the most haunted place in the country. The tourists over there enjoy the sun shines and the rivers and islands. The sun baths are very amazing in this country. It is also called the “Fort of the Harlot”. Halloween is also a invented festival of Irish people. White house is also an art of Irish man. Irish has first discovered America on the map of world.

The famous food of Ireland is

Colcannon
Soda Bread
Irish Stew
Farmhouse Cheese
Sea Food
Smoked Salmon
Lamb
Traditional Breads
Teatime
Craft Apple Juice and Hard Cider
New Irish Gin
Microbrews
Irish Whiskey

Fact File:

Here is the fact file of Ireland which covers following areas of concern.

Area 83, 421 km2
Population 4.595 Million
Growth Rate 232.1 Billion
Climate Mild, Moist
Capital Dublin
Parliament Style Democratic
News Paper Irish Independent, The Irish Times, The Irish Sun, The Herald, Irish Daily Star, Irish Daily Mirrror, Irish Daily Mail, Irish Examiner, Evening Echo, Sunday Independent, Sunday World, The Sunday Times, Irish Mail on Sunday, The Irish Sun on Sunday, The Irish Sunday Mirror, The Sunday Business Post, Irish People
Language Irish / English
Mountains Carrauntoohil, BinnChaorach, CathairnaFéinne, CnocnaPéiste, CathairThiar, MaolánBuí, The Bones, Cnoc an Chuillinn, An GunnaMór, CruachMhór, Mount Brandon (CnocBréanainn), Lugnaquilla (Log naCoille), Galtymore (CnocMórnan Gaibhlte), SlieveDonard (SliabhDónairt), Baurtregaum (Barr TrígCom), Mullaghcleevaun (MullachCliabháin), Mangerton (An Mhangarta), Caherconree (CathairConraoi), Purple Mountain (SliabhCorcra), Beenoskee (BinnosGaoith
Rivers River Shannon, River Barrow, River Suir, River Blackwater (Munster), River Bann, River Nore, River Suck, River Liffey, River Erne, River Foyle, River Slaney, River Boyne, River Moy, River Clare, River Blackwater, River Inny, River Lee, River Lagan, River Brosna, River Laune, River Feale, River Bandon, River Blackwater (Boyne), River Annalee, River Bride, Boyle River, River Deel, River Robe, River Finn, River Maigue, Fane River, Ballisodare River, River Dee (Louth), River Fergus (Shannon), Little Brosna River, Mulkear River, River Glyde
Popular Sports Gaelic Foot Ball, Basket Ball, Soccer, Hurling, Aerobics, Cycling, Golf, Volley Ball, Hockey, Tennis, Swimming, Snooker
Currency Euro

Top ten cities of Ireland:

The top ten cities of Ireland are

Dublin
Galway
Cork
Belfast
Killarney
Waterford
Dingle
Limerick
Kilkenny
Westport

Dublin:

Population:527, 612
Area:115 km2
Dublin is the capital of Ireland and it is positioned at the east region of Ireland near River Liffey. This country has an amazing nightlife. Dublin is derived from old Irish Gaelic and it means Black Pool. This city is famous in literary and movie world. The oldest pub of Ireland is in Dublin. That pub is known as “Brazen Head”. Many of the musicians are from this city. This city is its capital so it is beautiful as well among all the other cities of Dublin. This city covers most of the area with islands and youngest population is most in Ireland and they have most famous pubs and beers in whole Europe. It has the city’s oldest drinking hole. The architecture of Dublin is urban style. There are so many pubs in this city that you cannot pass it without visiting a pub. In Dublin church, there is a grave of Saint Valentine. The largest walled park of Europe is in Dublin. The people of Dublin are the greatest Paddle pushers. The Oscar award statue was designed by a Dublin-er. This city is rich in architecture. Dublin has the oldest workhouse. It is the most popular place in Ireland to visit. There are two radio stations that attract tourists towards it. The largest cake ever was also baked in Ireland. There are forty six rivers in this city and famous among the visitors. There are more than  50 golf courses in this city.
The best places to visit in Dublin are

Guinness Storehouse
Kilmainham Gaol
Dublin Zoo
Dublin Castle
Phoenix Park
Chester Beatty Library
St. Patrick’s Cathedral, Dublin
National Museum of Ireland – Archeology
Croke Park
National Museum of Ireland
Old Jameson Distillery
Trinity College Library
Christ Church Cathedral, Dublin
The Little Museum of Dublin
Natural History Museum
National Botanic Garden
Dublin Writer’s Museum
Malahide Castle
Farmleigh
James Joyce Center
National Library of Ireland
National Aquatic Center
Science Gallery
National Wax Museum
Spire of Dublin
Powers Court Estate
Aviva Stadium
Casino at Marino
Aras an Uachtarain
St.Michan’s Church, Dublin
The Custom’s House
The Royal Hospital, Kilmainham
Irish Jewish Museum
Leinster House
Iveaghs Gardens
James Joyce Tower & Museum
National Leprechaun Museum
3 Arena
National Transport Museum of Ireland
Project Arts Center
Chapel Royal Dublin
National Concert Hall, Dublin
Bull Island
Ashtown Castle
National Print Museum
Ye Olde Hurdy Gurdy Museum of Vintage Radio
St. Stephen’s Green
Ha’penny bridge
Dublin Heuston Railway Station

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