24, January 2017: Ireland is an island in the northern Atlantic Ocean west of Great Britain, divided between the independent Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland, which is a part of the United Kingdom. Ireland is the third-largest island in Europe. Dublin is the capital of Ireland.
Ireland is also known as the Emerald Island. It is one of the most beautiful countries of the world. Ireland is compared to a precious gem ‘Emerald’ because of its mesmerizing and captivating lush green natural beauty. The heavy rains in the western parts are responsible for the brilliant green grass.
The exquisite Irish landscapes make profound impressions on the minds and souls of the beholders. Ireland has the most seducing landscapes. They seem to be the most luscious expression of romantic poetry. The Irish beauty is vinous, voluptuous, ravishing, enchanting, intoxicating…
Irish weather is sometimes so enticing that it makes a person to yearn for wings or makes a person fly with the wings of fancy to view the truly luminous greens and luxuriant wildflowers from the azure sky.
The Emerald Isle is one of the coveted tourist spots of the world. It attracts the tourists from all parts of the world. Ireland is a perfect spot to explore the natural beauty.
The ireland vacation, ireland golf vacation and ireland vacation packages are hotly pursued all over the globe.
Saint Patrick is one of the patron saints who had died on March 17th ca. 385, a leprechaun is a male fairy, whiskey comes from Ireland and means Water of Life, Irelands national symbol is the shamrock (seamrog), a three leaf clover. Know, that at least 23 US Presidents are of Irish descent i.e. George Washington, John F. Kennedy, Ronald Reagan, George W. Bush, that Plastic Paddies are people describing themselves as Irish but actually have no clue of Irish traditions. But most important remember how to say cheers in Irish: Slainte Mhath, pronounced Slancha Vah, which literally means To your good health. (Source Wikipedia.com)
You can make your day smiling after reading the Irish jokes and Irish humor.
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