Ireland is an island in the North Atlantic covering 70,273 square miles and supporting a population of 4,125,000 people, as of July 2015. Over 1 million of that number lives in Dublin, Ireland's capital. Catholicism is t... More »

Ireland's official name is the Republic of Ireland, and it is considered part of Europe. It is a constitutional democracy, with the capital being Dublin. More »

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Ireland has been inhabited for more than 7,000 years, and, as of 2015, it was home to roughly 4 million people. It was not until the British took control of the government that a single entity ruled the entire land and i... More »

Ireland has been inhabited for more than 7,000 years, and, as of 2015, it was home to roughly 4 million people. It was not until the British took control of the government that a single entity ruled the entire land and i... More »

Ireland's official name is the Republic of Ireland, and it is considered part of Europe. It is a constitutional democracy, with the capital being Dublin. More »

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The Northern Ireland Statistics and Research Agency estimated the total population of Northern Ireland as of June 30, 2014 at 1,840,500 people. This represented a 0.6 percent increase from the previous year. Approximatel... More »

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Ireland is a country located west of Great Britain. It is off the mainland of the European continent to the northwest of the coastline of France. Ireland is in the eastern portion of the North Atlantic Ocean. More »