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Ireland is a country located in the northwestern of Europe. The "Republic of Ireland" is the description of the State. It is bordered by the Atlantic Ocean to the west, by the Irish Sea to the east and by Northern Ireland (part of the United Kingdom) to the north. It is a member of the EU (European Union).
The Ireland Island extends over 84,421 km², of which five-sixths of the area belong to the Republic of Ireland (70,280 km²) and the remainder belong to the Northern Ireland. It is attached to the North Channel (northeast), to the Atlantic Ocean (west). In the east, the Irish Sea, reconnects through the Celtic Sea (southwest) and St George's Channel. The west-coast side of the country is mostly consists of hills, cliffs and low mountains. The inside of the country is relatively flat land, traversed by rivers. In the center is part of the River Shannon watershed.
Ireland's economy has changed from an agricultural to one dependent on industry, investment and trade. The economic growth average is 10% (1995-2000), and 7% (2001-2004). The Industry, which took the place of agriculture as a leading sector, accounts for 46 percent of GDP, about 29 percent of the labor force, and 80 percent of exports.
Exports play an important role in the robust success rise, but the economy also gains from the accompanying growth in construction, business investment, and consumer spending. The country has been one of the biggest exporters of software-related products and services.
According to Genetic research, the first settlers in Ireland came from Iberia migrations following the end of last ice age. The Celtic way of living spread throughout, and the tradition of Gaelic became dominant in the later years. Modern Irish are mostly of Gaelic ancestry. Gaelic language and culture forms an important part of nation's identity.
The nation's population has recently greatly increased. Much of the growth can be attributed to the immigrants and the return of Irish people (often with "foreign" born children). The population is now about 10 percent foreign citizens.
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