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Topic : Travel
Last Updated : 2020-10-25 13:33:39
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Ireland is a fantastic country, full of amazing facts. For such a small country with a small population, Ireland has a large share of culture, history, and a huge impact on the world. There is a lot to learn about Ireland, so here are some surprising facts about Ireland in some particular order.

Ireland is very successful in the Eurovision song contest - It is the only country to have won Eurovision seven times and the only nation to win three times in a row. Niam Kavanagh - may be the most famous Irish winner in your eyes.

The island has over 30,000 palaces and ruins - Castles are scattered over the island in large quantities, and numbers point to a total of 30.000 castles and ruins. Some palaces are open for tourists to live in, and in some cases, it is also possible to rent the entire palace.

Irish people are heavy drinkers - However, it is not the alcohol that people drink the most, but tea. Only Turks drink more tea per capita and then Irish. When it comes to alcohol, they come in 4th place. The average Irish person consumes 2,19 kg of tea - 4.83 lb per year.

Only 9 percent of people in Ireland have natural red hair - Irish people are usually associated with red hair, very light skin, and freckles, but this is just a stereotype. While the average percentage of people with natural red hair is higher than in any other place on earth, it is still only 9 percent.

Ireland is an island divided into two political regions - The northern part of the island is called Northern Ireland and is part of the United Kingdom. Most of the territory of Ireland belongs to the Republic of Ireland, which is a sovereign state.

Conclusion - The official language of the country in both English and Irish. Most people speak a dialect of English, although many families who have lived in Ireland for generations understand and speak Irish. Ireland does not have an official religion, but the primary religion practiced in the country is Christianity. Its flag is a horizontal flag with green, white, and orange vertical stripes.

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