(from the article `Ireland`) ...tourism) and the fertility of the land was in many cases insufficient to provide an acceptable standard of living for the people. These western ...
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In Ireland, the Gaeltacht, or an Ghaeltacht, refers individually to any, or collectively to all, of the districts where the government recognises that the Irish language is the predominant language, that is, the vernacular spoken at home. These districts were first officially recognised during the early years of the Irish Free State, after the Gae
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