Irish Language Christmas Cards

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here is quite a collection of sending christmas wishes and greeting in different languages and other countries where english is not the language so reach out to the world this christmas in 2012 and wish everybody a merry christmas, the history of ireland is written in her place names most have irish origins some dating back to prechristian and early christian times others are associated with the arrival of the anglonormans and later the english and especially in the more northern parts of ireland the scots

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