• Ireland quest
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  • 30.06.2020
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Ire­land's geo­gra­phy and his­to­ry

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The Re­pu­blic of Ire­land is di­vi­de­d into 26 . The first sett­lers were from the tribe. , the pa­tron saint brought Chris­tia­ni­ty­ to the is­lan­d in the cen­tu­ry. Ire­land's na­tio­nal sym­bols are harp and . Be­si­des Eng­lish is also s­po­ken, most­ly in the n­orthern part of the coun­try.

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Bring these his­to­ric e­vents into the cor­rect order.
  • Ire­land be­co­mes an in­de­pen­dent re­pu­blic.
  • Guin­ness, the lar­gest com­pa­ny, is foun­de­d.
  • The Re­pu­blic en­ters the Eu­reopean Com­mu­ni­ty­ (later EU).
  • Mis­sio­na­ries ar­ri­ve in 450 AD.
  • 1 mio. peo­ple in the wake of the 'po­ta­to fa­mi­ne'.
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Find some in­te­resting facts about Ire­land's ca­pi­tal, Dub­lin.
  • Apply va­rious search key­words
  • Use at least three dif­fe­rent web­sites
  • Quote the source after each info
Which state­ment is true?
  • Giant's Cau­se­way is com­po­se­d of Gra­ni­te.
  • Ire­land's lon­gest river is the Lif­fey­.
  • The na­tio­nal wri­ter is Wil­liam But­ler Yeats.
  • One can find many well-​preserved cas­t­les and ruins on the Rock of Kerry.
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