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15 Best Places to Visit in Ireland (Part 2)

15 Best Places to Visit in Ireland (Part 2)

July 19, 2019 | 1sttheworld advice

In the previous section, we introduced you to five of Ireland's fifteen most surprising locations. We will introduce you to five other amazing places in Ireland. Let's explore! 1. Dublin Dublin is Ireland's most significant capital and city. Located on a bay on the east coast, at the mouth of...

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15 Best Places to Visit in Ireland (Part 1)

15 Best Places to Visit in Ireland (Part 1)

July 18, 2019 | 1sttheworld advice

Welcome to Ireland! A land of rolling greenery, rugged mountains, mysterious Celtic ruins, ruined castles, scattered forests, shabby pubs in Gaelic neighborhoods, the noisy beer halls and the salt spray coast, Ireland is truly a fantastic wonder.Discover the list of the best places to visit in Ireland: 1. Cliffs of...

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Canadian Flag: Interesting Facts You May Not Know

Canadian Flag: Interesting Facts You May Not Know

July 12, 2019 | 1sttheworld canadian flag

The Canadian flag, or unofficial as Maple Leaf, is Canada's national flag consisting of a red field with a white square in its center in a ratio of 1: 2: 1, in the middle there is a Stylized red maple leaf are placed in the middle. This is the first...

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The Historical Friendship Between Canada And America

The Historical Friendship Between Canada And America

July 09, 2019 | 1sttheworld culture

"Geography has made us neighbors. History has made us friends. Economics has made us business partners." A famous quote about special relations between Canada and the United States. 1. Geography Canada and the United States are two neighboring countries sharing the world's longest standard borderline: 8,891 km. The main line...

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Traditional Costumes - The Charm of Polish Culture (Part 2)

Traditional Costumes - The Charm of Polish Culture (Part 2)

July 05, 2019 | 1sttheworld culture

Traditional Polish costumes are varied and vary by region. Each region will have a different traditional costume, representing that region. Therefore, if you are observant, you can identify which region of Poland is based on the traditional costume they wear. In part 1, we introduced the history, cultural values ​​and...

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Why Beaver Is Canada's National Animal?

Why Beaver Is Canada's National Animal?

July 04, 2019 | 1sttheworld animal

Animals have long been used as a cultural symbol of people to represent their countries and citizens. These symbols aim to bring a sense of national community that can inspire solidarity and patriotism. Due to national issues, in general, the chosen animals are often very majestic, sometimes even mythical, which...

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The Land of The Most Famous Castles - Scotland

The Land of The Most Famous Castles - Scotland

June 22, 2019 | 1sttheworld castles

Scotland boasts many beautiful landscapes, and one of them is the magnificent ancient castle. Scotland owns a collection of up to about 3,000 of the most beautiful castles in the world. Traveling to Scotland, you definitely shouldn't miss 10 beautiful castles below. 1. Edinburgh Castle One of the most interesting historical...

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Cheeses in Netherlands - Sweet Attraction

Cheeses in Netherlands - Sweet Attraction

June 14, 2019 | 1sttheworld culture

The Netherlands is not only famous for tulips, the old giant windmills, the bicycles you can catch on every road, but also the country of cheese. When you come to this beautiful Netherlands, you will be overwhelmed by the enormous yellow "cheese wheels" everywhere. Enjoying Dutch cheese is not only...

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The Famous Castles in Ireland You Can Stay

The Famous Castles in Ireland You Can Stay

June 07, 2019 | 1sttheworld castle

Ireland has more than 30,000 castles throughout the country; it is almost impossible to see them all. Each place has its characteristics and beauty. You can rest, eat comfortably, relax, have fun, relax by the fire, explore bases, try other fun activities,... And more, if you want to do it....

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Traditional Costumes - The Charm of Polish Culture (Part 1)

Traditional Costumes - The Charm of Polish Culture (Part 1)

June 01, 2019 | 1sttheworld culture

Poland is a beautiful country and rich in cultural traditions. Poland is famous for its sumptuous cuisine, ancient and modern cities intermingled, gorgeous, friendly people in beautiful and colorful traditional costumes. 1. Overview of traditional Polish costumes. The beauty of traditional Polish costumes is the same as elsewhere in the...

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A Brief History Of The Bagpipe

A Brief History Of The Bagpipe

May 16, 2019 | 1sttheworld Bagpipe

As Scotland's national instrument, bagpipes are an integral component to Scottish identity and culture, along with tartan, kilts, haggis, whiskey, and even Irn-Bru! It's an auditory feast; you know you are in Scotland when your soul dances at the sound of bagpipes resonating around every close, wynd and cobbled corner. ...

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A Brief History of Ireland's Partition

A Brief History of Ireland's Partition

April 25, 2019 | 1sttheworld history

The official division of Ireland into two separate jurisdictions, Northern Ireland and Southern Ireland, took place in May 1921, passing a law passed by the British Parliament. The original intention was for both regions to remain in the United Kingdom, but the Irish Independence War led to the south separating...

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How The Matterhorn Created Modern Mountaineering 150 Years Ago

How The Matterhorn Created Modern Mountaineering 150 Years Ago

April 18, 2019 | 1sttheworld history

Zermatt, Switzerland - Matterhorn peaks through the sky like a medieval spear. Standing on its top, your crampon point bites into a blue ribbon, you feel as if I have been swallowed by the sky. Emptiness descended to make up for almost endless scenes from Switzerland in the north and...

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The Two Flags of Scotland

The Two Flags of Scotland

April 16, 2019 | 1sttheworld Flag

When Saint Andrew, one of the Apostles, was crucified by the Romans in A.D. 60, it was said that he believed himself was not worthy of being crucified on a cross like that of Christ, and therefore, he met his end on a 'saltire' or an X-shaped cross (St. Andrew's...

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The Ancient Historical Houses of Ireland

The Ancient Historical Houses of Ireland

April 06, 2019 | 1sttheworld history

The Palladian manor houses, medieval strongholds, and long-term legacies: you'll find that ancient East Ireland's large estates were built over centuries of stories and splendor. Recovered, soothed and filled with stories of passionate designers and big drama, the gardens of ancient East Ireland are often the most beautiful in the...

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The Outstanding Womens In Hawaii History | Part 2

The Outstanding Womens In Hawaii History | Part 2

April 03, 2019 | 1sttheworld facts

Continue with the list of steadfast, fearless women who dare to stand up for what they believe in. Who are they? check out " The Outstanding Womens In Hawaii History | Part 2 ". Related post: The Outstanding Women In Hawaii History | Part 1 8. Michelle Wie From Honolulu, Michelle...

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When Is Tartan Day?

When Is Tartan Day?

April 01, 2019 | 1sttheworld history

Find out when is Tartan Day, and this special day is celebrated in Scotland, the original homeland of tartan and other parts of the world. Tartan Day is celebrated on April 6 every year and is a celebration of Scottish heritage around the world. Communities around the world participate in...

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The Outstanding Women In Hawaii History | Part 1

The Outstanding Women In Hawaii History | Part 1

March 30, 2019 | 1sttheworld facts

In any country, there are strong women who know how to inspire. Hawai too, I will tell immediately 14 extraordinary women in Hawaii's history, steadfast women who are not afraid of challenges and dare to stand up for what they believe. 1. Queen Emma  Considered the authoritative and most important...

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Kylemore Abbey – The Incredible Story Of An Irish Castle

Kylemore Abbey – The Incredible Story Of An Irish Castle

March 25, 2019 | 1sttheworld castles

Kylemore Abbey and Victorian Walled Garden are an absolute must-see during the trip to western Ireland. The setting of the Abbey with the backdrop of the rugged landscape reflected in the tranquility of the lake is a remarkable sight, making it an unforgettable part of the trip to Connemara. The...

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What Does Portugal’s Coat of Arms Mean?

What Does Portugal’s Coat of Arms Mean?

March 09, 2019 | 1sttheworld facts

Ever see at a flag and wonder what the symbols mean? In the center of Portugal’s national flag is a version of the country’s coat of arms, a symbol of heraldry that has been now since the 12th century. It is the oldest symbol now on the country’s current flag,...

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The Welsh Flag is Named The Coolest in The World

The Welsh Flag is Named The Coolest in The World

March 07, 2019 | 1sttheworld culture

Wales has beaten countries around the world to be named as having the world's "coolest" flag. We already knew it was amazing, but it seems thousands of other people now agree. Most other nations have bands of colors or shapes symbolizing their country, while Wales is represented by a massive fire-breathing...

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Flag of Portugal: 8 Interesting Facts About It

Flag of Portugal: 8 Interesting Facts About It

March 05, 2019 | 1sttheworld facts

The Portuguese Republic, commonly known as Portugal, is a country famous for its history, culture, cuisine, and passion for soccer, and Portugal is often ranked among the top twenty global vacation destinations. Like other flags from all over the world, Portugal has a story behind it. Portuguese flag is also...

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The Most Famous Myths and Legends from Irish Folklore You Should Know

The Most Famous Myths and Legends from Irish Folklore You Should Know

March 01, 2019 | 1sttheworld advice

With a long history of riddles with ancient myths and folklore. For many years, telling Irish stories has always been a spoken word and never written. Instead, stories are passed down from generation to generation. Ireland is a place of high appreciation for telling stories so that the stories of...

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Five Facts About The Thistle - National Flower of Scotland

Five Facts About The Thistle - National Flower of Scotland

February 28, 2019 | 1sttheworld facts

If England has roses, Wales has daffodils, and Ireland has shamrock, then Scotland has thistle. The Thistle has been the national symbol of Scotlands for centuries and is one of Scotland's most famous symbols, second only to tartan. Today, Thistle can be seen on everything, from jewelry, sporans, clothes and...

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