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Independence / Republic Days
Independence from the United Kingdom
- Declared 24 April 1916
- Ratified 21 January 1919

Capital
Dublin

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Calling code
353

Currency
Euro (€)[note 1] (EUR)

Geographic Coordinates
53°20.65'N 6°16.05'W

Official languages
Irish
English

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Location
Western Europe, occupying five-sixths of the island of Ireland in the North Atlantic Ocean, west of Great Britain

Geographic coordinates
53 00 N, 8 00 W

Map references
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Area
total: 70,273 sq km
country comparison to the world: 120
land: 68,883 sq km
water: 1,390 sq km

Area - comparative
slightly larger than West Virginia

Coastline
1,448 km

Maritime claims
territorial sea: 12 nm
exclusive fishing zone: 200 nm

Elevation extremes
lowest point: Atlantic Ocean 0 m
highest point: Carrauntoohil 1,041 m

Nationality
noun: Irishman(men), Irishwoman(women), Irish (collective plural)
adjective: Irish

Languages
English (official, the language generally used), Irish (Gaelic or Gaeilge) (official, spoken mainly in areas along the western coast)


National symbol(s)
harp, shamrock (trefoil)

National anthem
name: "Amhran na bhFiann" (The Soldier's Song)

National Anthem lyrics/music
Peadar KEARNEY [English], Liam O RINN [Irish]/Patrick HEENEY and Peadar KEARNEY
note: adopted 1926; instead of "Amhran na bhFiann," the song "Ireland's Call" is often used in athletic events where citizens of the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland compete as a unified team

Budget
revenues: $75.32 billion
expenditures: $91.3 billion (2013 est.)

Taxes and other revenues
34.1% of GDP (2013 est.)
country comparison to the world: 70

 

Flag Description
three equal vertical bands of green (hoist side
), white, and orange; officially the flag colors have no meaning, but a common interpretation is that the green represents the Irish nationalist (Gaelic) tradition of Ireland; orange represents the Orange tradition (minority supporters of William of Orange); white symbolizes peace (or a lasting truce) between the green and the orange

note: similar to the flag of Cote d'Ivoire, which is shorter and has the colors reversed - orange (hoist side), white, and green; also similar to the flag of Italy, which is shorter and has colors of green (hoist side), white, and red

Ireland : National Anthem

The Soldier's Song

We'll sing a song, a soldier's song,
With cheering rousing chorus,
As round our blazing fires we throng,
The starry heavens o'er us;
Impatient for the coming fight,
And as we wait the morning's light,
Here in the silence of the night,
We'll chant a soldier's song.

Soldiers are we
whose lives are pledged to Ireland;
Some have come
from a land beyond the wave.
Sworn to be free,
No more our ancient sire land
Shall shelter the despot or the slave.
tonight we man the gap of danger
In Erin's cause, come woe or weal
'Mid cannons' roar and rifles peal,
We'll chant a soldier's song.

In valley green, on towering crag,
Our fathers fought before us,
And conquered 'neath the same old flag
That's proudly floating o'er us.
We're children of a fighting race,
That never yet has known disgrace,
And as we march, the foe to face,
We'll chant a soldier's song.
Sons of the Gael! Men of the Pale!
The long watched day is breaking;
The serried ranks of Inisfail
Shall set the Tyrant quaking.
Our camp fires now are burning low;
See in the east a silv'ry glow,
Out yonder waits the Saxon foe,
So chant a soldier's song.
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