What currency does Northern Ireland use?

Answer Northern Ireland is a part of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. Its currency is the same as throughout the UK, the pound Sterling (currency code GBP). The Republic of Irelan... Read More »

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What is the IRA in Northern Ireland?

According to Irish history group Ireland's Own, the Irish Republican Army (IRA) sprang out of the formation of Irish political party Sinn Fein, which was fighting for freedom for Ireland from Briti... Read More »

What size is Northern Ireland?

The United Kingdom's official Northern Ireland Statistics and Research Agency lists two separate measurements for the area of the country of Northern Ireland. The total land area including major of... Read More »

What is the population of Northern Ireland?

As of July 2008, the population of Northern Ireland was estimated at 1.775 million people. The population is expected to total 1.8 million by 2011. Northern Ireland, a country rich in history and p... Read More »

What is the official currency in Ireland?

The official currency of the Republic of Ireland is the euro, which it adopted in 1999 along with 11 other European countries. The euro is used interchangeably in many countries. Northern Ireland c... Read More »