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Exploring Ireland

IRELAND WIKI

We're passionate about history in Ireland, particularly our own, and there's even a slight competitiveness among people to know the most.
- Europe Notebook

The Future of Green Travel: Ireland Screenshot (2011)

FLICKR ALBUM: Responsible Travel


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g Dublin

FEATURES

g Ireland Releases Ecotourism Handbook for Tourism Professionals (2009)
g Planeta.com Cultivates Dialogue with Ireland's Sustainable Living Festival (2011)

Convergence 2011

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g Ireland
b Ecotourism Europe Group
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g Ireland
g Irish
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GEOGRAPHY

Ireland lies to the northwest of continental Europe and is surrounded by hundreds of islands and islets. To the east of Ireland, separated by the Irish Sea, is the island of Great Britain, comprised of England, Scotland and Wales. The sovereign state of Ireland covers five-sixths of the island, with Northern Ireland (part of the United Kingdom) covering the remaining one-sixth of the island, located in the northeast.

TOURISM

The Irish government maintains the rural landscape and the country's economy soars. The country attracts millions of visitors each year.

TRIVIA

Ireland is the world's 20th largest island.




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