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By: Jacey Wells

The Flag

The green represents the native people of
(most are Roman Catholic)
The orange represents the British supporters
of William of Orange, who settled in Northern
Ireland in the 17th century (most are
The white represents the peace between the
two groups

World Map

*Dublin (the capital

city) is shown on this

Population 4,609,600 Million (April 1, 2014)

Ranked 121 out of 247 countries in the world

The U.S.s population is 314,615,400 more

then Irelands (The U.S. is ranked 3rd)
Life expectancy

Life expectancy in Ireland is 80 (2012)

Ranked 20 of 222 countries

The U.S. is ranked 34


The religion of the majority of the people of
Ireland is Roman Catholic.
Catholics are the first Christians who believe
that Jesus Christ is the Son of God.
The believe the Bible is the inspired, error-free,
and revealed word of God.

In Ireland the speak English

Irish people have some native sayings/words

Arseways To do something the wrong way

Quare they use it instead of very

Like hens teeth very rare

St. Patricks Festival

The biggest celebration in Ireland

The day is named after Ireland's patron saint

It celebrates the country's rich culture and


Their heritage is celebrated by parades,

dancing, music, and food
Soda Bread

8 ounces wheat flour
8 ounces self-rising flour
10 -14 fluid ounces unsweetened plain yogurt

1 tablespoon olive oil

1 tablespoon honey
1 teaspoon bicarbonate of soda
1/2 teaspoon baking powder
1 pinch salt
Soda Bread Cont.

Grease and flour a 8" (20cm) cake tin (high walls are better but not necessary.).

Preheat oven to 190C/375F or 180C/350F if using a fan assisted oven.

Sieve self-rising flour with bicarbonate of soda, baking powder and salt into a large bowl. (It is important to
sieve the bicarbonate of soda with the self-rising flour, if it is added at a later stage it will give the bread a
greenish tinge!).

Add the wheat flour to the bowl (no need to sieve).

In a jug mix the yogurt, honey and olive oil then pour onto the flour mixtures in the bowl.

Stir with a wooden spoon until well mixed and a soft sticky dough is formed.

Flour a surface for kneading and knead lightly (20 turns max). Form into a round shape, this does not have to
fit the tin as it will spread when cooking.

Transfer to the floured cake tin and with a knife cut a cross across the top and place in the oven for 45
minutes. (The cutting of the cross helps to portion the bread for slicing in quarters.).
Bunratty Castle & Folk

The Castle is a large tower located in County
Clare, Ireland.
The intior is fursihed and Some of the sights
include the 'great hall', dungeons and four
towers with spiral stairwells.
Medieval-style banquets are held twice every
evening in the great hall.
The folk park is reconstructed historical buildings
and cottages.
Its recreates the general feel of the 19 th century