uttari Ireland

uttari Ireland (hindi)
Tuaisceart Éaaireann (aayarish)
Norlin Airlann (alstar skauts)1
raashtragaan: God Save the Queen
Londonderry Air (de facto)
  उत्तरी आयरलैंड  की स्थिति (dark green)– the European continent  (light green & dark grey)– the United Kingdom  (light green)
uttari Ireland ki sthiti (dark green)

– the European continent (light green & dark grey)
– the United Kingdom (light green)

rajdhani
aur sabse badaa nagar
belafaast
54°a35.456′aN 5°a50.4′aW / 54.590933°aN 5.84°aW / 54.590933; -5.84
raajabhaasha(eain) English (de facto), Irish, Ulster Scots3
sarkaar Constitutional monarchy
- Queen elijaabeth dviteeya
- pradhaan mantri David Cameroon
- First Minister peter robinson
- Deputy First Minister martin mchguinness
- Secretary of State theres villiyers
Establishment
- by Government of Ireland Act 1920
kshetrafal
- kul 13,843 varg kilometer
5,345 varg meal
janasankhya
- 2011 janaganana 1,810,863[1]
sakal ghareloo utpaad (PPP) 2002 praakkalan
- kul US$33.2 billion
- prati vyakti US$19,603
mudra paaund starling (GBP)
samay mandal GMT (yoo॰atee॰asee॰0)
- greeshmakaaleen (di॰ba॰asa॰) BST (yoo॰atee॰asee॰+1)
doorabhaash koot 353 48, +44 285
pitrunaami sant St Patrick2
Internet teeeladi .ie, .uk4
1. Norlin Airlann is a neologism which was not used by Scots speakers historically, but which has some official usage. The spelling Norn Iron is often used by some indigenous speakers as an affectionate phonetic spelling to reflect local pronunciation.
2. In common with the rest of Ireland.
3. Officially recognised languages: Northern Ireland has no official language; the use of English has been established through precedent. Irish and Ulster Scots are officially recognised minority languages
4. Also .eu, as part of the European Union. ISO 3166-1 is GB, but .gb is unused.
5. +44 is always followed by 28 when calling landlines. The code is 028 within the UK and 048 from the Republic of Ireland

uttari Ireland (angreji: Northern Ireland uchchaaran: naurdrn aayarlaind; aayarish: Tuaisceart Éaaireann) sanyukt raajashaahi ka ek praant hai.


sandarbh

  1. Norther Ireland Statistics & Research Agency (December 2012). "Census 2011 Key Statistics for Northern Ireland". http://www.nisra.gov.uk/Census/key_report_2011.pdf. abhigman tithi: 14 January 2013.