Republic of Ireland
A beautiful Dingle Peninsula sea coastline at the far west end of Ireland, photographed in September 2006.
Ireland is the third largest island in Europe. It lies to the northwest of continental Europe and surrounded
by many islands. The Republic of Ireland covers five-sixths of the island, which capital is Dublin. North
Ireland (U.K.) covering the remainder in the northeast, which capital is Belfast.
(L) A satellite photo of Ireland (R) A population density of Ireland
(L)$B!!(BIreland and North Ireland (R) Topography of Ireland.Color-coding is directly related to a topographic height.
The land at the lower elevations is shown as green. As the land rises, it becomes yellow and tan, and
it changes to the color of white at the highest elevations.
Dingle peninsula, Ireland. Photographed in September 2006.
(L) Beach in Dingle Peninsula. (R) A fauna, typically seen in the Dingle Peninsula of Ireland.
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Arrival to Ireland Airport and Railway Hotel and bar smoking ban in public places Luas Tram, Dublin Dublin Area Rapid Transit
Dublin-Belfast Express Train Giant's Causeway in North Ireland North Ireland
Dr. Miyamoto's photogallary: Ireland 2006
The photographs were taken in September, and the article was written in October 2006,
by Junhaku Miyamoto, M.D., PhD.