Northern Ireland

Ireland FlagGo and find yer own GuinnessIreland is separated from Great Britain by Saint Georges Channel on the southeast, the Irish Sea on the east, and the North Channel on the northeast. Politically, the island is divided into Northern Ireland, a constituent part of Great Britain, and the Republic of Ireland, formerly Eire.

ire.gif (3524 bytes)The eastern coast of Ireland is comparatively regular and has few deep indentations; the western coast is fringed by drowned or submerged valleys, steep cliffs, and hundreds of small islands torn from the mainland mass by the powerful forces of the Atlantic. The chief physiographic features are a region of lowlands, occupying the central and east central sections, and a complex system of low mountain ranges, lying between the lowlands and the periphery of the island.
Ireland has it's own special idea of beers. Stout, a dark beer is far more popular than traditional English ale. The most popular brands being Guinness, Beamish and Murphys.

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