What is Ireland famous for? - ProProfs Discuss
Cancel
TopicsDown
Products Down
Follow Us:
FacebookTwitter
Advertisement

What is Ireland famous for?

Asked by R. Jones, Last updated: Sep 16, 2020

+ Answer
Request
Question menu
Vote up Vote down

2 Answers

Esther

Esther

Love to do some charity work. Have a passion of writing and do it in my spare time

Esther
Esther , philanthropist, PCert, Alberta

Answered Jun 04, 2020

Ireland is famous for different things, its music, folk dancing, beer, whiskey, and ancient building, which attract a lot of tourists to their country.

Most people visit Ireland to see the famous Blarney Castle. It is also famous for the Killarney national park, which has an interesting spot like the Torc Waterfall, Ross Castle, and many more.

Ireland has three wonderful world heritage sites, which are Neolithic complex, subterranean burial chambers, and the remnant of the ancient Celts.

Dublin, which is the capital and largest city in Ireland, is where most people like visiting because of its popular Guinness storehouse, which is known for the beer aficionados and the seven-story structure, which includes a museum, a bar, and a shop.

upvote downvote
Reply 

W.Willow

W.Willow

W.Willow
W.Willow

Answered Feb 16, 2020

First of all, Ireland is famous for the icon named St. Patrick. He was credited to have converted the nation to a Christian country, away from the pagan gods, and also chased away the snakes. His festive celebration is also a very famous one that is known both in and out of the country. Another very famous thing, probably the most famous, that Ireland is known for is Guinness; the beer that has been brewed and produced since 1759 at St.

James's Gate brewery in Dublin. According to history, Guinness' recipe was said to have been brought into Ireland by Arthur Price, a Welshman. Price had a hired servant named Richard Guinness, and Richard had a son named Arthur Guinness. Arthur Guinness was actually able to lay hold on the recipe for the drink, and he took it up from there, just to take the credit on the popular Guinness drink.

upvote downvote
Reply 

Advertisement
Advertisement
Search for Google images Google Image Icon
Select a recommended image
Upload from your computer Loader
Image Preview
Search for Google images Google Image Icon
Select a recommended image
Upload from your computer Loader
Image Preview
Search for Google images Google Image Icon
Select a recommended image
Upload from your computer Loader

Email Sent
We have sent an email to your address "" with instructions to reset your password.