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Amhrán na bhFiann or The Soldier’s Song is the national anthem of the Republic of Ireland. The anthem was written in English by Peadar Kearney in 1907, and the Irish lyrics, were written by Liam Ó Rinn. The song became the official state anthem in 1926.

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Famous People of Northern Ireland

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There are many different animals in Ireland such as; Badgers, foxes, stoats, red deer, irish hare, european hare, hedghog., european rabbit, grey and red squirrels, Bank voles,Field mice, brown and black rats, shrews, bats, otters, mink, grey seal, porpioses, whales, and dolphins.
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Lough Neagh, in Ulster is thebiggest lake in Ireland. Legend has it that a giant was fighting with another in Scotland, and enraged, scooped out a lump ofearth, which he threw. It fell into the ocean, creating the Isle of Man,while the hole filled up with water to become Lough Neagh. Other large lakes include Lough Erne and Lough Corrib. (See the list of Irish loughs.)

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Ireland Country Profile - National Geographic Kids

The oldest known Irish rock is about 1.7 billion years old and is found on the island of Inishtrahull off the coast ofCounty Donegal. In other parts of Donegal, scientists have discoveredrocks that began life as glacial deposits, demonstrating that at this early period,part of what was to become Ireland was in the grip of an ice age. However, because ofthe effects of later upheavals, it is almost impossible to sequence these early rock layers correctly.

Geography,Government,History,Ireland - Infoplease

Irish culture has many different meanings. There is no set definition of Irish culture but there are a few symbols which are unique to Ireland. Ireland is often called the ‘land of saints and scholars’ referring to the golden age of monastic learning, or ‘the emerald isle’ referring to the green landscape.

Northern Ireland Geology - Dolerite

Cork is Ireland's second largest city; the picturesque center of town is located on an island in the Lee River. Galway, a university town located on Galway Bay in western Ireland, is noted for its festivals and nightlife.

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Areas close to the coast rarely have a large difference between summer and winter conditions, and Ireland is no exception. With an average 10ºC difference between January and July, the weather is much more consistent than continental areas of the world. This consistency is due to the moderating effect of the Atlantic Ocean, which absorbs heat in summer and gives it out in winter.

The M50 motorway (the busiest road in Ireland), a semi-ring road

Across Ireland, the local climate differs from place to place. The wettest weather always occurs in mountains and those areas to the east of the mountains - the direction of the prevailing wind. The classic examples are Kerry, Galway and Donegal. The dryest weather occurs east of areas where there are few mountains, such as the east coast. Counties Dublin and Kildare enjoy the driest weather. It must be borne in mind, however, that the difference in rainfall does not have a great effect on the type of vegetation, as it is the frequency of the rain that is more important than the total quantity.

Geography of Ireland - Wikipedia

The is naturally beautiful and resonates with a tangible sense of history. Tranquil green pastures and mountain retreats, magnificent cliffs overlooking the western coastline, quiet sandy beaches, and remote offshore villages all await the visitor to Ireland. There are also many ruins dotted throughout the country, including the famous Hore Abbey ruins located at Cashel, County Tipperary. The Irish people are friendly, and traditional Irish culture and language survives to this day, especially in some of the more remote regions of western Ireland.