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Ireland: World Encyclopedia for Students and Children

Ireland – World Atlas: Kids Encyclopedia

System of government: Republic Capital: Dublin Location: Island nation in the British Isles, separated from Great Britain by the Irish Sea Area: 70,283 sq km National composition: mainly Irish Religion: mainly Roman Catholic Official languages: Irish (Gaelic), English Currency: Irish pound = 100 pence Administrative divisions: 32 counties Other major cities: Cork, Limerick Highest elevation: Carn Tuathail (1,041 m) in …

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Ireland breaks Guinness world record: Largest gathering of people dressed as snowmen

Ireland breaks Guinness world record: Largest gathering of people dressed as snowmen

Newry, Northern Ireland – December 24, 2016 – The people of Newry have broken the Guinness world record for the world’s largest gathering of people dressed as snowmen; Newry sailed into the record books after it managed 398 people dressed as snowmen in one place. Photo: The people of Newry have broken the record for the world’s largest gathering of …

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Ireland World Record: Most Siblings Ploughing Simultaneously

Ireland World Record: Most Siblings Ploughing Simultaneously

Kilglass, Co.Kildare, Ireland – October 30, 2016 – 15 members of the Holton Family from Cloona, Enfield, Co.Kildare, Ireland got together in one field and ploughed simultaneously for 1minute 44 seconds setting the new world record for The Most Siblings Ploughing Simultaneously. Photo: All 15 of the Holton Siblings 13 brothers and 2 sisters about to set off on their …

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Largest beer tasting: Ireland breaks Guinness World Records record

Largest beer tasting: Ireland breaks Guinness World Records record

Dublin, Ireland – February 9, 2016 – At the recent Alltech Craft Brews and Food Fair, held at the Convention Centre Dublin, a new world record was set for the world’s largest beer tasting with 729 people simultaneously tasting three beers. Photo: Ireland now holds the record with 729 people simultaneously tasting three beers. The record was previously held by Mexico …

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World Senior Citizens Day Information For Students

World Senior Citizens Day Information For Students

The World Senior Citizens Day is celebrated on 21st of August every year. It was first proclaimed on 14th of December in the year 1990, by the United Nations General Assembly. The holiday was celebrated for the first time on October 1, 1991. The day is acknowledged to raise awareness about the factors and issues affecting older people, such as …

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Tokyo Olympics India Full Schedule 2021

Tokyo Olympics India Full Schedule 2021

Tokyo Olympics India Full Schedule 2021: Here’s the breakdown of all fixtures, fixtures, dates and timings in IST for events involving Indian athletes. Tokyo Olympics India Schedule: After a year’s delay because of the Chinese Corona Virus pandemic, the Tokyo Olympics gets underway from July 23. India is sending its largest ever contingent to the Olympic Games. 120 athletes (67 …

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Tokyo Olympics Schedule & Time Table: July 2021

टोक्यो ओलंपिक 2020: मैस्कट, पदक और क्या है ख़ास

Olympics 2020 Schedule: We brings you the full July schedule of Tokyo Olympic events that has been scheduled to begin on July 23 2021. The 2020 Summer Olympic Games will take place in Tokyo between July 23 and August 8. Tokyo Olympics July Schedule: They were postponed last year due to the Chinese Virus Covid-19 pandemic. There are 33 sports …

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May Day Information, Description And History

May Day Information, Description And History

May Day celebrates the coming of spring. In most of the United Kingdom, this is an official public holiday. May Day is celebrated on May 1 in the United States. In the United Kingdom (Britain and Ireland) it is celebrated on the first Monday in May. May Day Description Warmth and fertility, green grass, blooming trees and a profusion of flowers …

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Slogans on Books For Students

Slogans on Books

Slogans on Books: World Book Day or World Book and Copyright Day is a yearly event on April 23rd, organized by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, to promote reading, publishing and copyright. Slogans on Books: What is World Book Day? World Book day was created by UNESCO on 23rd April 1995 to celebrate books and authors and …

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World Book Day Information For Students

World Book Day

World Book Day is organized by UNESCO every year to offer a literal feast for ardent book lovers across the world. The official date set for celebrations is April 23 on which authors, readers, critics, publishers and editors congregate at a single place to make the event a grand success. Alternatively referred to as Copyright Day and International Book Day, …

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