Where to Stay in Northern Ireland 1994: Hotels, Guesthouses,

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Ireland is also well known for their drink, Guinness, which originated in Dublin sometime in the early 18th century. The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (UK) is a Right Hand Drive country like Thailand. There's no official difference between country and nation in the way there is between kingdom and prinicipality. After the victory, the UK was one of the Big Three powers that met to plan the post-war world. Pilgrims flocked from all parts of England and from the Continent to this sanctuary, and its priory became one of the richest in the world.

Pages: 260

Publisher: British Tourist Authority (April 1994)

ISBN: 0946871612

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