Created by: Dylan Okwena


Ireland is the home of the mischief and mystical creatures Leprechauns, Leprechauns are little Irish creature's that run around making trouble


Ireland's Government is republic, parliamentary democratic Micheal Martin, Enda Kenny, Eamon Ryan, Joan Burton, Lucinda Creighton, Gerry Adams, Michael Donney


The currency in Ireland is Euro's and $1 in the U.S is worth 89¢ the GDP is $54,300 the exports are $140.4 billion and the Imports is $ 81.39 billion

Social and Ethnic Groups

The Celtic Tribe arrived on the island between 600 and 150 B.C and were attacked by the Norsemen that began in the late 8th century were finally ended when king Brian BORU defeated the Danes in 1014 the education is 6.2 percent of GDP

Religion, Language, Country Flag

The orange on the Ireland flag represents the British supporters of William who settled in Northern Ireland in the 17th century, the white represents peace between the two groups in Ireland, and the green represents the Native's of Ireland, in Ireland most people speak Irish, and English and Irish was the first language they spoke in Ireland and it is the official language of Ireland, the religion in Ireland is Christianity and Irish Christianity is dominated by the Roman Catholic church which 94.2 percent of the population as followers

Traditional Holidays or Festivals, Tradition clothing, and food

Ireland's traditional holiday is St.Patricks Day and that is where the leprechauns come in, and Ireland has many traditional foods but potatoes is what they like best is Slow-Cooker Corned beef dinner which is the St.Patrick's Day corned beef dinner the recipe is 2-2 1/2 lbs of corned beef brisket, 1 medium onion sliced, 1 stalk celery cut in 3, 4 medium potatoes peeled and halved, 4 medium potatoes peeled cut in 3, 1 cup beef bouillon, 1 bay leaf, 1 garlic clove smashed, 1 teaspoon worcestershire sauce, 1/2 teaspoon dry mustard, 4 small cabbage, cut into wedges, 1 teaspoon caraway seed


the population is 4,892,305 the per capita income is 39,250 the a tradition in Ireland is Christmas day swim where they swim on Christmas the regions are Roman Catholic, Christianity, and Muslim, the languages of Ireland are English, and Irish