Ireland is a country that is located in Western Europe, and it's a little larger than West Virginia. The country is situated west of Great Britain. The first presence of humans on the island dates back to between 600 and 150 B.C. when Celtic tribes landed on the Island.
The most common Irish family name of all is Murphy, which means "sea battler." The name originated with the Gaelic MacMurchadh and O'Murchadh, meaning son and descendant of Murchadh, respectively, and became MacMurphy and then Murphy in the 19th century. The second most...
Dublin is the capital of Ireland and is the country's largest city, with a population of just over one million as of 2014. Dublin covers an area of 44.5 square miles.
There are no snake species native to or naturally occurring in Ireland. In fact, Ireland is home to only one species of reptile, the viviparous lizard. However, snakes are found in zoos as well as other wildlife exhibits.
The island of Ireland uses two currencies, the euro and the pound sterling. The Republic of Ireland is monetarily part of the eurozone and uses the European Union currency, while Northern Ireland remains part of the United Kingdom and retains the pound sterling as its m...
The capital city of Ireland is Dublin. Meaning "black pool," Dublin is located on the Irish Sea. As of the 2009 census, Dublin boasts a population of more than 1 million residents.
As of 2015, websites that specialize in Irish baby names include BabyNamesOfIreland.com and Irish-Baby-Names.com. BabyNames.com devotes a section of its website to Irish baby names.