Ireland


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Capital city: Dublin Area: 27,135 sq miles (70,280 sq km) Population: 4,000,000 Official languages: Irish, English Major religions: Christian 91%, other 9% Government: Multiparty democracy Currency: Euro Adult literacy rate: 99% Life expectancy: 77 years People per doctor: 500 Televisions: 417 per 1,000 people

THE GREEN PASTURES of Ireland are kept fertile by the country’s mild, wet climate. Ireland was once ruled by Britain. In 1922, southern Ireland – which makes up about two-thirds of the island – became an independent nation, while Northern Ireland remained part of the United Kingdom. Natural resources are few and traditionally much of the population was traditionally much of the population was employed in agriculture. However, a dramatic growth in tourism and light industry has radically altered people’s lives and has turned Ireland into one of Europe’s recent economic success stories.



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