Maps of Ireland. Detailed road, administrative, physical and topographical maps of Ireland. All cities of Ireland on the maps.
Maps of Ireland:
- Administrative map of Ireland. Ireland administrative map.
- Detailed administrative map of Ireland. Ireland detailed administrative map.
- Detailed general map of northern Ireland. Northern Ireland detailed general map.
- Full road map of Ireland. Ireland full road map.
- General map of Ireland. Ireland general map.
- Large detailed physical map of Ireland with all cities, roads and airports.
- Large detailed physical map of Ireland with roads, cities and airports.
- Large detailed political and administrative map of Ireland with all cities, roads and airports.
- Large detailed relief and political map of Ireland with roads and cities.
- Large detailed road map of Ireland with all cities and airports.
- Old map of Ireland. Ireland old map.
- Road map of Ireland. Ireland road map.
Maps of Dublin city:
- Large detailed map of Dublin city center with transport infrastructure.
- Large detailed rail network map of Dublin city. Dublin city large detailed rail network map.
- Large detailed road map of Dublin city center. Dublin city center large detailed road map.
- Large detailed tourist map of Dublin city center. Dublin city center large detailed tourist map.
Ireland – short description:
Ireland is defined as the green country, and indeed it is, due to the abundant rainfall that provides verdant landscapes in the central plain surrounded by hills and mountains boasting the most varied and unspoiled scenery in Europe. Ireland also boasts semi-tropical bays warmed by the Gulf Stream as well as calm sandy beaches and dramatic cliffs that plunge into the waters.
Ireland has a remarkable historical background with its prehistoric stone monuments in the Boyne Valley to those commemorating the patriots of the country who fought long years against the British dominion.
Dublin is a vibrant capital with its cultural quarters of the Trinity College where famous writers such as Oscar Wilde, Samuel Beckett and Bram Stoker studied. The Chester Beatty Library exhibits a rare collection of books that are exquisite artifacts of ancient literature.
The Neolithic burial sites of Brú na Bóinne, built before the age of the pyramids are situated near Drogheda; here there is the Newgrange a chambered tomb built in about 5,000 years ago.
Connemara boasts magnificent landscapes of wilderness, including Ireland’s only fjord at Killary Harbour as well as trails and paths through the Twelve Bens mountain range.
Ireland’s climate offers mild temperatures with warm summers and cool winters; rainfall is abundant all year round.