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Ireland Ireland is a country in Europe with a coast on the Atlantic Ocean It is called the Emerald Isle because of its green color Its people derived mainly from Great Britain Most of the population is Roman Catholic The Climate is much like ours The republic of Ireland covers 83 of its stand with the other 17 containing the country of Northern Ireland There are twenty-six counties in the Republic with the over-all capitol of Dublin The six northeastern counties form the county of Northern Ireland which is actually connected to the republic Northern Ireland is part of the United Kingdom where as the republic is not The whole Island was under British rule before 1922 The island containing the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland is separated by the original ruling country of Great Britain by way of the Irish Sea Ireland is actually a detached fragment from the European Mainland Most of the country is 500 ft above sea level The surface of the country is covered by glacial drift from the Pleistocene ice age This period left eskers or long gavel ridges and drumlins or small hills that were left behind by the glaciers You can find the start of this belt in the west of the country by Clew Bay It continues across the country In the south of Ireland there is a series of parallel ridges of Devonian sandstone The ridges rise in elevation westward and lead up to Carrantuohill the largest mountain in the country The famous lakes of Killarney are located at that point The lakes are famous for their scenic beauty In the southeast of Ireland granites from the Devonian age makeup the uplands which travel 80 mi in a northeasterly direction towards the counties of Wexford and Wicklow reaching the south shore of Dublin Bay
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