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Can you name the Counties of Ireland (free digital colouring book)

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The 32 Counties of Ireland Coloring Book for Children is the perfect gift and will give your child hours of pleasure whilst sharing titbits of knowledge from each county.

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COunties of Ireland

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How to say Ireland’s Counties in Irish Gaelic

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About the 32 Counties of Ireland

Ireland is a country located in the North Atlantic, consisting of 32 counties.

These counties are divided into two main parts: Northern Ireland, which is part of the United Kingdom, and the Republic of Ireland, an independent nation. The Republic of Ireland comprises 26 counties, while Northern Ireland comprises 6 counties.

Each county has its unique culture, history, and landscapes, contributing to Ireland’s rich heritage. From bustling cities to picturesque countryside, Ireland offers a diverse and captivating experience for visitors and residents alike.

Let’s delve deeper into the 32 counties of Ireland:

  1. Republic of Ireland:
    • Leinster: The eastern province of Ireland consists of 12 counties. Dublin, the capital city of Ireland, is located here, known for its vibrant culture, historical landmarks like Dublin Castle, Trinity College, and the Guinness Storehouse.
    • Munster: Located in the southern part of Ireland, Munster comprises six counties. This region is famous for its stunning coastline, picturesque landscapes, and cities like Cork, known for its culinary scene, and Limerick, known for its medieval history.
    • Connacht: Situated in the western part of the country, Connacht has five counties. This region is renowned for its rugged wilderness, national parks like Connemara and Ballycroy, and the cultural city of Galway, known for its festivals and lively atmosphere.
    • Ulster (Republic of Ireland portion): The Republic of Ireland includes three counties in the northern part of Ulster. Cavan, Monaghan, and Donegal are known for their scenic beauty, with Donegal offering some of Ireland’s most stunning coastal landscapes.
  2. Northern Ireland:
    • Ulster (Northern Ireland portion): This part of Ulster consists of six counties and is part of the United Kingdom. Belfast, the capital of Northern Ireland, is a vibrant city with a rich maritime history and landmarks like the Titanic Belfast museum.

Ireland’s counties are steeped in history, folklore, and tradition, each offering unique experiences for travelers and residents alike. Beyond the major cities, you’ll find charming villages, ancient castles, and prehistoric sites scattered throughout the countryside. Ireland’s landscapes are diverse, ranging from lush green fields and rolling hills to rugged coastlines and pristine lakes.

In addition to the natural beauty, the people of Ireland are known for their warmth and hospitality. Traditional music, dance, and storytelling are an integral part of Irish culture, and visitors often get to experience these rich traditions in pubs, festivals, and local events.

The island’s history is filled with ancient legends, medieval tales, and significant historical events that have shaped its identity. From the ancient Celts to the Vikings and the struggles for independence, the stories of Ireland’s past are woven into the fabric of the country’s present.

For travelers, exploring Ireland’s 32 counties can be an unforgettable journey of discovery, offering a mix of breathtaking scenery, vibrant cities, and a deep-rooted sense of community and tradition.

Whether you’re exploring the bustling streets of Dublin, hiking along the Cliffs of Moher, or experiencing the tranquility of the countryside, each county has something special to offer, making Ireland a beloved destination for travelers from all over the world.


Last updated May 29, 2023


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David Causer

Saturday 15th of October 2022

All I wanted to do was to order the colouring book for my grandson to teach him about Ireland and tell the stories about where his granddaddy (me) about where I used to roam and play when I was his age But you’ve made it too complicated I thought I’d ordered the book and then some e’jit is telling me about my family tree My email is so maybe I’m the one doing it wrong or there’s fairies in my phone I’ll leave it with ya and if you’s want to send it me and I will pay for the shipping drop me a line God be with you