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Ireland

the country of liberty

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introduction of Ireland

culture

Physical geography

spatial planning

local geography

introduction of Dublin

admninistrative structure

position and integration

History and cultural heritage

Ireland & Dublin

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introduction

Area : 70.273 km2
Population : 5.011.102 hab
Capital: Dublin
Major town and city:
- Dublin 554.554 hab
-galway 79.934 hab
-cork 210.000 hab
-limerick 94.192 hab
95%:speak english
3%:speak gaelic

Galway

Cork

Limerick

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Irish dishes are mainly made with potatoes. Irish coffe is a drink made up of coffee, whiskey, sugar and whipped cream.

culture

Food and Drink

Alcohol abuse is dangerous for health

Cliffs of Moher

Rock of Cashel

Kylemore Abbey

Skellig Isles

Connemara National Park

landmarks

Irish culture

Celtic harp

bodhran

hand fasting

rugby team

the pogues

the high kings

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natural potential/contraints

Physical geography

potencial

Irland is an isles so it's isolated. The coastline can cause a lot of storms. Reliefs are also a constraint

contraints

Peatlands are an important source of energy in Irland. The coastline allows a great communication with other countries.

Administrative structure/
demography/ industry

industries are located near Dublin
60% of the population is urban
Dublin 1/4 oF the irish population

Spatial planning

-train voice/ harbor/ airports/ motorway
-connections to the world

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Dublin

area : 117.8 km
population number :
544 107 habitants

Dublin with its Ha'penny bridge

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History and cultural heritage

Saint patrick's day

Bloomsday

17 march

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16 june

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  • green clothes and shamrocks
  • the foremost patron saint of Ireland
  • religious celebration
  • parades and festivals
  • "national day"

  • James Joyce
  • Ulysses
  • in the footsteps of Leopold Bloom
  • iconic places of the book

local geography

Position and integration of the city

In the context of the country :

  • capital of Ireland
  • most populated
  • headquarters for Ireland's chief financial (banks) and commercial institutions
  • biggest town of Ireland
  • most important port of the country

In the context of the british Isles :

  • independence front of UK ( since 1921 )
  • important part of british stock exchange system ( Irish stock exchange )

In the European context :

  • youngest town of Europe
  • member of the European Union

Position and integration of the city

In the global context :

  • tourism
  • dynamism
  • seat of culture ( literature,..)
  • center commercial and financial power ( business district (IFSC))
  • modernisation (layout of docklands, shopping center,...)
  • 66 international financial place

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