Ireland, the beautiful and much loved Emerald Isle. The expansive, verdant, and green fields of Ireland are one of the country's most recognizable features. The majority of the island of Ireland, which is located near the coasts of England and Wales, is ruled by the Irish Republic. Dublin, the nation's capital, is the birthplace of many famous authors, such as Oscar Wilde, and it is also the home of Guinness beer. The illuminated manuscript known as the Book of Kells, which dates back to the 9th century, may be seen in Dublin's Trinity College Library. The nation is known as the "Emerald Isle" because of its verdant environment, and it is littered with castles like the medieval Cahir Castle.

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