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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To locate somebody in Ireland, the first thing to do is have the name and surname of the person ready; from there, the first option is to go to Census Finder, which can search for persons in the Republic of Ireland and N... More »