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IReLAND. Album about country. CONTENTS. The country-……………………3 Geographic information -…..5 TRADicional FEASTS-……….....7 FOOD-………………………………..9 NATURE-…………………………….10 THE LEPRECHAUN-………………..11 ART-………………………………….12 LITERature -……………………….13 SPORT-………………………………14. The country.

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ireland

IReLAND

Album about country

contents
CONTENTS
  • The country-……………………3
  • Geographicinformation-…..5
  • TRADicional FEASTS-……….....7
  • FOOD-………………………………..9
  • NATURE-…………………………….10
  • THE LEPRECHAUN-………………..11
  • ART-………………………………….12
  • LITERature-……………………….13
  • SPORT-………………………………14
the country
The country

Irleandisdevidedintotwocountries: The Republic of Ireland and NothernIreland a part of United Kingdom.

IRELAND

the country1
The country

The capitalcity of Irelandis Dublin.

The colours of the flag aregreen, white and orange . The symbol of Irelandis a clover.

geographic information
Geographicinformation
  • The most importantcities:
    • Dublin
    • Cork
    • Galway
    • Limerick
    • Waterford
geographic information1
Geographicinformation
  • Climate:
    • moderately warm (as a result of the impact of the warm North Atlantic sea current)
    • low amplitude of annual temperature
    • High humidity and frequent rainfall
tradicional feasts st patrick s day
TRADiCIONal FEASTSst.patrick’sday

17’th of March 461 is the date of st. Patric’sdath- the

Patron of Ireland.

Todayitisdifficult for separatefacts from mythsconcerning Saint Patrick’slives.

tradicional feasts st patrick s day1
Tradicionalfeastsst. Patrick’sday

17’th of March in Irelandiscelebrated as Saint Patrick’s Day. On thisday in Irishstreetsthereareloud and boisterousparadesand demonstracions of tradicionalIrish dancing.

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Food

A typicalIrishbreakfastisquitefatty. Therearesaussages, friedeggs, whiteorblack pudding, bakedtomatoes and friedmashrooms.

A traditonalIrish dinner isusuallyserved on Sunday. It is the Irish stew (stewedlamb with onions and potatoes in gravy).

Another popular Irishdishiscolcamon – boiledpotatoesfried in butter with onion and cabbage.

After dinner the Irishusuallyhavesweetgingerbread with mincemeat for dessert.

nature the green country
Nature„the green country”

Irelandiscalled „the green country”. Thereislots of greengrass, big forest and rocky mountains there.

the leprechaun
The leprechaun

The leprechaunis a character of Irish Mythology. He isabout 75cm tall. He isveryrichbut extremelytricky and ifyoucatch one don’ttakeyoureyes off himor he willdisappear! He is a veryslicktalker and loves a bit of fun.

He usuallylives in a small hole in the ground , where he has a comfortablelittlehome.

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art

Irelandis most known for itstradicionalmusic and dancing .

Riverdanceis a theatricall performance of Irishtraditional dancing.

The modern Irishartistsare, for example, Sinead O’Connor, Enyaor a pop group The Cranberries.

literature
literature

TherearemanyfamousIrishwritters.

James Joyce, Jonathan Swift or Oscar Wilde.

sport
sport

Irelandisquitesuccesful in rugby and hurling.

People aremostlyinterested in gaelic football and horseordogsraces.