This classic-style Ireland wall map is one of the most authoritative maps yet published of the Emerald Isle. Of the nearly 1,000 place-names shown on this map, all within the... Read More
Country full name - Republic of Ireland
Important National Days - St. Patrick's Day(National Day): 17 March
Provinces - Leinster, Connacht, Ulster, Munster.
Capital City - Dublin
Major Cities - Dublin, Cork, Limerick, Galway, Waterford, Drogheda, Swords.
Continent - Europe
Currency - Euro
Primary Languages - Irish, English
Time-Zone - (GMT)
ISO CODE - IRL
Country Code - 353
Area Covered - 84,421 sq km
National Mapping Agency - Ordnance Survey Ireland
Did you know? - Ireland runs under democratic nation. Its history is dotted with wars and violence. Ireland is also known as one of the best countries for gender inequality. Around 80% of Ireland's people are Roman Catholic.
This classic-style Ireland wall map is one of the most authoritative maps yet published of the Emerald Isle. Of the nearly 1,000 place-names shown on this map, all within the Republic of Ireland adhere to that nation's constitution— that the Irish and English language share official status. Thus, Gaelic (Irish) place-names, along with their English variants in parentheses, are shown within Irish-speaking regions while English place-names, along with their Gaelic variants, are shown outside these areas.
The Ireland Executive map is ideal for those researching their Irish ancestry, a perfect tool for business reference, and beautiful addition to any dé cor. It's one of the largest and most detailed wall maps specifically for Ireland available today. Includes over 1,000 named places including primary and secondary towns, counties, political boundaries, infrastructure, and selected historical sites for both Ireland and Northern Ireland. Per the Republic of Ireland's constitution, the Irish and English languages share official status. In the Gaeltacht or predominantly Irish-speaking regions, only Irish place-names have official status and are used on signposts. These districts are found within the counties of Cork, Donegal, Galway, Kerry, Mayo, Meath, and Waterford.
|Size||30 x 36 inches|
|Publisher Name||National Geographic|