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^ "Where does the name Ireland come from? ". IrishCentral. com. 26 August 2021. Archived from the original on 2 September 2021. Retrieved 13 September 2021. ^ Coleman, Marie (2013). The Irish Revolution, 1916–1923. Routledge. p. 230. ISBN 978-1317801467. Archived from the original on 9 December 2021. Retrieved 12 February 2015. ^ Gallagher, Michael, "The changing constitution", in Gallagher, Michael; Coakley, John, eds. (2010). 0415476712. ISBN 978-0415476713. Retrieved 12 February 2015.

United States vs. Republic of Ireland - Football Match Summary - April 8, 2023 - ESPN2 FT 0 KO First Half begins. 30 Aoife Mannion Yellow Card 37 Emily Fox Goal 45+1 On: Trinity Rodman|Off: Mallory Swanson HT First Half ends, USA 1, Republic of Ireland Women 0. 60 On: Ruesha Littlejohn|Off: Aoife Mannion On: Aine O'Gorman|Off: Sinead Farrelly 67 On: Ashley Hatch|Off: Alex Morgan On: Emily Sonnett|Off: Crystal Dunn On: Julie Ertz|Off: Andi Sullivan 72 Julie Ertz Yellow Card 80 Lindsey Horan Penalty - Scored On: Ashley Sanchez|Off: Rose Lavelle 86 On: Tara O'Hanlon|Off: Marissa Sheva Second Half ends, USA 2, Republic of Ireland Women 0.

James's Gate in Dublin. Irish whiskey is also popular throughout the country and comes in various forms, including single malt, single grain, and blended whiskey. [253] Sports Gaelic football and hurling are the traditional sports of Ireland as well as popular spectator sports. [255] They are administered by the Gaelic Athletics Association on an all-Ireland basis.

[242] Ireland has long been associated with thatched roof cottages, though these are nowadays considered quaint. [243] Beginning with the American designed art deco church at Turner's Cross, Cork in 1927, Irish architecture followed the international trend towards modern and sleek building styles since the 20th century. [244] Other developments include the regeneration of Ballymun and an urban extension of Dublin at Adamstown. [245] Since the establishment of the Dublin Docklands Development Authority in 1997, the Dublin Docklands area underwent large-scale redevelopment, which included the construction of the Convention Centre Dublin and Grand Canal Theatre. [246] Completed in 2018, Capital Dock in Dublin is the tallest building in the Republic of Ireland achieving 79 metres (259 feet) in height (the Obel Tower in Belfast, Northern Ireland being the tallest in Ireland).

[76] Michael D. Higgins became the ninth President of Ireland on 11 November 2011. [77] The Taoiseach (Prime Minister) serves as the head of government and is appointed by the President upon the nomination of the Dáil. Most Taoisigh have served as the leader of the political party that gains the most seats in national elections. It has become customary for coalitions to form a government, as there has not been a single-party government since 1989. [78] The Dáil has 160 members (Teachtaí Dála) elected to represent multi-seat constituencies under the system of proportional representation by means of the single transferable vote.

The Royal Institute of the Architects of Ireland regulates the practice of architecture in the state. [247] Media Raidió Teilifís Éireann (RTÉ) is Ireland's public service broadcaster, funded by a television licence fee and advertising. [248] RTÉ operates two national television channels, RTÉ One and RTÉ Two. The other independent national television channels are Virgin Media One, Virgin Media Two, Virgin Media Three and TG4, the latter of which is a public service broadcaster for speakers of the Irish language. All these channels are available on Saorview, the national free-to-air digital terrestrial television service.

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Ireland adopted the euro currency in 2002 along with eleven other EU member states. [69] As of January 2023 there are 20 EU member states using the euro currency with Croatia the most recent member to join on 1 January 2023. [112] Following the Great Recession and the bursting of the Irish property bubble, the country officially exited recession in 2010, driven by a growth in exports from US multinationals in Ireland. [113] However, due to a rise in the cost of public borrowing due to government guarantees of private banking debt, the Irish government accepted an €85 billion programme of assistance from the EU, International Monetary Fund (IMF) and bilateral loans from the United Kingdom, Sweden and Denmark.

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