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Arbeit: A-Z of Ireland
•Attack: Terrorists attacked Ireland lots of times with bombs and killed lots of people.
•Button Box: A Button Box is accordion. Lots of people in Ireland play the button box.
•Computer hard- and software: In Ireland are lots of companies who produce computer hard- and software.
•Dracula: It’s a very popular book, which was written in Ireland.
•Emigration: About 70 million people of Irish origin in the world but only about five million live in Ireland
•Flute: It’s a popular classic Instrument in Ireland. It gives a wonderful sound in a song.
•Good Friday: It was the end of 30 years of violent in Ireland. A peace agreement was signed.
•Hope: The Irish hoped lots of years for peace. But in Ireland are the problems of terrorists and fighting religions.
•Independence Fight: The Irish fought lots of years to become Independence but they are now a part of Great Britian.
•John F. Kennedy: He was a son of an Irish immigrant and a President of America. He was killed with a gun when he was a president. Till today, the murders are not known. ( He was president in 1960) Lots of Irish are still proud of him.
•King: The Orangemen had a king which name was William. He beat the catholic king James II..
•Literature: Lots of popular books were written in Ireland, but not many people know that.
•Music: The Irish love music. The most Irelands make music probably with a bodhrán, a fiddle, a button box or a flute.
•Nationalist: Nationalists want political independence for their country.
•Orangemen: The Orangemen walks through the terrains of the Catholic, and protest there.
•Peace lines: Those are walls which run between some catholic and protestant areas in Belfast.
•Quarterback: The quarterback is one of the positions which you can play in American football. In Ireland even the women play American football.
•Religion: The Religion is a part in Ireland where is a lot of hate. In Ireland are the Catholics and the Protestants. They don’t like each other.
•Saints: Ireland has many saints, for example St Kevin, St Killian and St Patrick, the Irish patron saint. St Patrick’s Day is celebrated on 17 March. Some Irish people wear a shamrock on that day.
•The lord of the dance: He is a popular Irish dancer. He started dance when he was a children. He’s very good, so his name is “The Lord of the dance”.
•Uilleann pipes: You blow in it and there is a big bottle full with your air. It’s the Irish “Dudelsack”.
•Velo: In Ireland you can ride with a bike trough beautiful areas. You can see the wonderful nature when you ride there.
•War: The Irish fight against the terrorism. The Terrorists killed lots of people with bombs.
•Xylophone: It’s a music instrument. You hit on it with a drum
•Youth Hostel: In Ireland, you find lots of youth hostels where you can sleep.
•Zoo: In Dublin is a big Zoo. The zoo is very famous. There are lots of animals and thousands of visitors in a year.