300 Ireland Trivia Questions and Answers

Its capital is Dublin; it has amazing natural landmarks; small towns that are incredibly pretty; it is the birthplace of famous writers like Oscar Wilde; and it is home to Guinness beer among many other amazing facts. We bet you are wondering which place is home to your favorite beer. Well, the answer is Ireland, which is also called Emerald because of how green it is!

Ireland is a relatively small country in Europe covering an area of 84,421 km²  with a small population of approximately 5 million people, but there is so much to learn about it. Its massive culture, historic moments, rolling green hills, castles, rain, rugged coastline not to forget the great impact it has on the world are among the reasons that draw millions of visitors each year.

Ireland Facts Trivia Questions and Answers

How much do you know about Ireland? Did you know that it has the largest consumption of tea per capita? The White House where the American President resides was designed by an Irish man, amazing, right? Oh! Speaking of pubs and drinking, Ireland is home to one of the oldest pubs in the world, which opened in 900AD. Next time you’re doing funny pub trivia exercises with friends, remember to woo them with that interesting fun fact.

We have compiled trivia questions on politics, history, movies, music, and some cultural events that will help you learn more about Ireland. Gather your friends and family and see what your score would be. Have your euros ready, we’re going to Ireland!

1. What is Northern Ireland?

A country north of the Republic of Ireland that is part of the United Kingdom


2. What is the capital of the Republic of Ireland?



3. In which county is the Giant’s Causeway located?



4. What is the weather like in Ireland?

It is mild and humid and witnesses abundant rainfall and a lack of temperature extremes


5. What is the capital of Northern Ireland?



6. Which river runs through Dublin?



7. What is St Patrick’s Day?

Saint Patrick’s Day is a famous Irish cultural and religious celebration to commemorate the death of Saint Patrick


8. Which currency is used in the Republic of Ireland?



9. How many counties does Ireland have?



10. What was invented in Ireland?

Color photography, the Hypodermic Syringe, the Guided Torpedo, the Binaural Stethoscope and more


11. Which currency is used in Northern Ireland?

British Pound


12. Paddy Maloney, Sean Keane, Matt Molloy and Derek Bell are all members of which famous Irish musical band?

The Chieftains


13. Which famous people come from Ireland?

Oscar Wilde, James Joyce, Mary Robinson and Maureen O’Hara, among others


14. Which country issues passports for people in Northern Ireland?

United-Kingdom. People in Northern Ireland hold a British passport


15. Name the three expanses of water that separate Ireland from Britain.

North Channel, St. George’s Channel and the Irish Sea


16. What is the population of Ireland?

Approximately five million people


17. What is the national symbol of Ireland?

The Harp


18. Jack Butler Yeats, Mary Swanzy, and Sir John Lavery are all known for what?

Fine Art Painting


19. Where is Ireland?

Western Europe


20. What is the color of the carpet in the Dáil chamber?



21. According to The Chronicle of Ireland, in which year did St Patrick arrive in Ireland?

431 AD


22. What is Ireland famous for?

Picturesque views, Saint Patrick’s Day, Irish dancing and music


23. What is the Irish name for Ireland?



24. Which town is located at the mouth of the River Lagan?



25. In the legend of the Fianna, what was the Land of Eternal Youth?

Tír Na Nóg


26. On which date is Saint Patrick’s Day?

17th of March


27. Name the highest mountain in Ireland.



28. In which county is Bunratty Castle located in Ireland?



29. Which Irish city was nicknamed Linenopolis?



30. Feargal Sharkey, John O’Neill, Damian O’Neill, Michael Bradley and Billy Doherty were members of which Irish band?

The Undertones


31. What was the name of the Steven Spielberg 1993 movie in which Northern Irish actor, Liam Neeson played the lead?

‘Schindler’s List’


32. Ireland is home to the longest coastal driving route in the world. Which one is it?

Wild Atlantic Way


33. The Michael Davitt Bridge connects which island to the mainland?

Achill Island


34. What is the occupation of famous Irish personality Maeve Binchy?



35. What is the longest river in Ireland?

The River Shannon


36. Which Irish writer was awarded the 1969 Nobel Prize for Literature, and the Médaille de la Résistance?

Samuel Beckett


37. What is the name of the 1970 Eurovision winner who was also the Presidential candidate from Derry?

Dana Scallon


38. What is the biggest lake in Ireland?

Lough Neagh


39. Name the 5th-century Romano-British slave who allegedly banished Druids from Ireland.

St Patrick


40. Which popular Charlton brother was the manager of the Irish football team?

John Charlton


41. Which county is nicknamed the Treaty County?



42. Fiona Shaw, Maureen O’Hara, Brenda Fricker, and Bronagh Gallagher are all what?



43. Which Saint is said to have brought Christianity to the people of Ireland?

Saint Patrick


44. What is Ireland’s biggest airline?



45. By approximately 4000 BC, Neolithic settlers had introduced sheep and cereals – true or false?



46. Dublin gives its name to which particular shellfish?

Dublin Bay Prawn


47. What is the tallest building on the island of Ireland? Where is it located?

The Obel Tower, Belfast


48. How many letters are there in the Irish alphabet?



49. Grafton Street in Dublin City Centre is particularly famous for what?


50. If you are flying to George Best Airport. Where are you flying to?


51. Fathers Jack, Ted and Dougal lived on which fictional island?

Craggy Island


52. The National Cathedral of the Church of Ireland is located in which street?

Patrick Street


53. Which river flows through the centre of Dublin?


54. In which year did the Easter Rising, when Irish republicans rebelled again British rule, take place?



55. How many main rail stations are situated in Dublin?



56. Who is the Saint Patron of Ireland?

St. Patrick


57. Ciarán Brennan, Moya Brennan, Noel Duggan, Pól Brennan are members of which Irish folk band?



58. Which traditional Irish musical instrument was adopted as a logo by Guinness?

The harp


59. What is the national and first language of Ireland?



60. What were the four historical provinces of Ireland?

Ulster, Munster, Leinster and Connaught


61. Which famous movie was filmed in the west of Ireland?

‘The Quiet Man’ (1952)


62. Which popular autumn celebration originated in Ireland?



63. In which county is Bunratty Castle located?

County Clare


64. Which popular actor of Irish descent played the role of Lawrence of Arabia in the popular 1962 movie ‘Lawrence Of Arabia’?

Peter O’ Toole


65. What does “Mac” in Irish surnames mean?

Son of


66. Buried in Down Cathedral, in Downpatrick, who was the nun, abbess, and founder of several monasteries?

Brigid of Kildare


67. What is the name of the fairy that in Irish cultures is said to forewarn families of death?



68. What does “O” in Irish surnames mean?

Grandson of


69. Brendan Behan, Colum McCann, and Sally Rooney are all what?



70. What is the salmon associated with in Irish mythology?

Wisdom and knowledge


71.  Which famous Irish brand created the World Records Book?

Wisdom and knowledge


72. Between 1849 and 1920, which port in County Cork was known as Queenstown?



73. Which bird is said to be “king of the birds”?

The wren


74. At the annual Cork festival, what sort of music is celebrated?



75. What does the Irish slang word “craic” mean?



76. Ireland has arguably the world’s oldest system of field division using dry stone walls – true or false?



77. Which Northern Irish actor played the title role in the movie ‘Michael Collins’?

Liam Neeson


78. Where do Leprechauns hide their pot of gold?

At the end of a rainbow


79. Avoca village, in the Vale of Avoca, was the real-life location for which popular Irish TV series?



80. Is St. Patrick’s Day celebrated as a national holiday in Ireland?



81. How is Irish Folklore called in Irish?



82. In the 1990s and beyond, what was the term given to rapid economic growth in Ireland?

Celtic Tiger


83. Which organization did Ireland join in the year 1955?

The United Nations


84. What is an Irish fairy called?

Aos Sí


85. Rachel’s Holiday, Watermelon, and Grown-Ups were written by which Irish novelist?

Marian Keyes


86. What is the English translation of ‘Amhran na bhFiann’?

‘The Soldier’s Song’


87. Which famous Irish band owns the Temple Bar Pub?



88. Spider Tracy, Cait O’Riordan, Joe Strummer, and Shane MacGowan were among the many members of which Irish band?

The Pogues


89. What is the name that is given to the Irish Prime Minister?



90. How many times did Ireland win the Eurovision song contest?

7 times


91. In which city did Molly Malone sell seafood?



92. Which Irish political party was founded in the year 1926?

Fianna Fail


93. Which song by Ed Sheeran mentions an Irish city?

Galway Girl


94. Older than Stonehenge or the Egyptian pyramids, name the burial monument built around 3200 BC.



95. Which political party was founded in the year 1933 with the amalgamation of the Cumann na nGaedheal, the Centre Party, and the Army Comrades Association?

Fine Gael


96. Which Irish band is known for the song “Zombie”?

The Cranberries


97. “Walk Tall”, Elusive Butterfly” and “Paddy McGuinty’s Goat” were popular records by which Irish Singer and TV personality?

Val Doonican


98. True or false? Roman Catholicism the official state religion as per the Constitution in Ireland?



99. In which country was Van Morrison born?

Northern Ireland

100. Established in 1592, which is the oldest university in the Republic of Ireland?

Trinity College, Dublin


101. What is the name of the building in which the Irish Parliament sits?

Leinster House


102. Which Irish band is known for the songs “Hall of Fame” and “The man who can’t be moved”?

The Script


103. In which county are the Mourne Mountains located?

County Down


104. What is the maximum term of an Irish Government as stipulated by the law?

Five years


105. Which type of violin originated in Ireland?

The fiddle


106. In the late Bronze Age, Ireland was an important part of a network of maritime trading which included France and Iberia – true or false?



107. What was the name of the Irish currency before it joined the Euro in the year 2002?



108. Who is U2 lead singer?



109. Ninette de Valois, Monica Loughman, and Joan Denise Moriarty have what in common?

Irish ballet dancers


110. Which Dubliner, born in 1951, became the Taoiseach in the year 1997?

Bertie Ahern


111. Eithne Pádraigín Ní Bhraonáin is the full name of which Irish singer?



112. Ruling from 846 AD, who was the first High King of Ireland?

Máel Sechnaill mac Máele Ruanaid (Malachy MacMulrooney)


113. What was the name of Enda Kenny’s father?



114. Where can you find the Book of Kells?

Trinity College, Dublin


115. Light a Penny Candle, Tara Road, and Circle of Friends were written by which Irish famous novelist?

Meave Binchy


116. What was the first name shared by the two female Irish Presidents in the 20th century?



117. Who wrote Gulliver’s travels?

Jonathan Swift


118. In which year was the Good Friday Agreement signed?



119. What clothing item did Kerry T.D. Jackie Healy-Rae always don before making a public appearance?

A flat cap


120. Where was Oscar Wilde born?



121. Name the three lakes of Killarney.

Lough Leane, Upper Lake and Muckross


122. Trevor Sargent became the leader of which Irish political party in the year 2001?

The Irish Green Party


123. In which language did Samuel Beckett originally write “Waiting for Godot”?



124. Which Irish city is also known as “the city of the tribes”?



125. Which Irish author wrote “Ulysses” in 1922?

James Joyce


126. Which city can be found between the two channels of the River Lee?



127. Who took over as the leader of Ireland’s Labor Party in the year 2002?

Pat Rabbitte


128. What is the Irish version of the Olympics?

Tailteann Games


129. Dessie Hughes, Martin Molony, and Phonsie O’Brien were all famed for what?

Horse Racing – they were jockeys


130.  The demotion of which Fine Gael T.D. took place in 2004?

John Deasy


131. Ireland is part of an annual European men’s rugby union competition. Which one is it?

Six Nations Championship


132. During the 9th century AD, which group of invaders plagued Irish shores?



133. What does the position of Tanaiste signify?

Deputy Prime Minister


134. What is the most popular sport in Ireland?

Gaelic Football


135. Redbreast, Green Spot, and Writers Tears are brands of what?

Irish Whiskey


136. Which year recorded the first sitting of the Irish Parliament?



137. What is the largest stadium in Ireland?

Croke Park


138. George William Russell, Seamus Heaney, and Thomas Moore were famed for what?



139. What is the minimum age an Irish citizen must be to contest for the seat of President?

35 years


140. What is a hurling ball called?



141. Maureen, Anne, Linda, Coleen, Bernie, Denise, Amy, and Julia were all members of which best-selling pop group?

The Nolan Sisters


142. Which group of nations did Ireland leave in the year 1949?

The Commonwealth


143. What is Steve Collins nickname?

The Celtic Warrior


144. Name the famous castle in County Cork whose masonry can allegedly grant the gift of clever speech.

Blarney Castle


145. During which decade did Ireland join the European Economic Community (now known as the EU)?

The ’70s


146. What sport does Shane Lowry play?



147. Which Irish islands give their names to a type of woolly jumper?

Aran Isles


148. John Hume and David Trimble shared the Nobel Prize in which category?



149. What type of race are The Galway Races?

Horse race

150. Which city stands where the Belfast Lough and River Lagan meet?



151. How many consecutive terms can an Irish President serve?



152. What type of race is the North West 200?

Motorcycle road race


153. Which city’s name translates from Irish Gaelic into English as ‘dark pool’?



154. Who became the first President of the Republic of Ireland?

Douglas Hyde


155. Which Irish sport is a stick-and-ball sport played by women?



156. Which John Wayne and Maureen O’Hara film was shot in County Mayo?

The Quiet Man.


157. Which party merged with the Irish Labour Party in the year 1999?

Democratic Left


158. Which famous HBO show was mainly filmed in Northern Ireland?


159. What is a bodhran?

A drum, shaped similarly to a tambourine


160. Which Irish personality became the first-ever female Tanaiste?

Mary Harney


161. Which Netflix show features Irish teenage girls?

Derry Girls


162. Which city is also named ‘the city of the tribes’?



163. After serving their term of office, which Irish President went on to become the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights?

Mary Robinson


164. Which landmark was featured in Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince?

Cliffs of Moher


165. What would you pour on top of an Irish coffee?



166. Which Irish President is well known for declining an invitation to Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer’s wedding?

Patrick Hillery


167. Which Irish actor had the lead role in Tigerland?

Colin Farell


168. What was the Gaelic name for the Fairy Folk’s eternal home?

Tir na Nog


169. Which day is observed on the first Monday of June in Ireland?

June Bank Holiday


170. Which Irish actor was the fifth actor to play James Bond?

Pierce Brosman


171. By which other names were the Fairy Folk also called?

The Gentlefolk, the Shining Ones, the Tuatha de Danaan, the Little People, the Lords and Ladies


172. In which city is the iconic Croke Park stadium situated?



173. Which Luc Besson movie starred Liam Neeson in 2008?



174. What are the Twelve Bens?



175. Who is said to have defended himself from a wolfhound with the help of only a hurl and a sliotar?

Cu Chulainn


176. Which national park is featured in “PS I love you”

The Wicklow Mountains National Park


177. Which Irish saint is said to have visited America 1000 years before Columbus?

Saint Brendan


178. Which county is the home of the Irish National Stud?

County Kildare


179. In which Irish university was Jack Gleeson a scholar?

Trinity college


180. What does the circle at the very centre of a Celtic cross represent?

The sun


181. In which motorcycle race did Legendary Northern Irish motorcyclist Joey Dunlop register a tally of 24 total wins?

Ulster Grand Prix, County Antrim


182. Where can you find the Titanic Studios?



183. Before lamb was used, what meat did an Irish stew traditionally contain?



184. The basic requirements of which GAA sport are a ball, a field of grass and a set of goalposts?

Gaelic football


185. Which famous Irish actress passed away in 2007?

Joan O’Hara


186. Kissing the Blarney Stone is believed to confer what?

The gift of the gab


187. Popular golfer Rory Mcilroy hails from which Northern Ireland county?

County Down


188. What was legalized by a public referendum in May 2015 in the Republic of Ireland?


189. Name the famous Irish author whose best-selling books include “Tara Road”, “Light a Penny Candle“, “Circle of Friends” and “Nights of Rain and Stars.”

Meave Binchy


190. In the 2005 World Cup qualifying game, which player scored the winning goal for Northern Ireland against England?

David Healy


191. Where are St Valentine’s ashes buried?

Whitefriar Street Church, Dublin


192. Name the Irish poet and dramatist who became a driving force behind the Irish literary revival, who founded the Abby Theatre, and who won the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1923.

William Butler Yeats


193. Former snooker World Champion Dennis Taylor hails from which town in County Tyrone?



194. Where was St. Patrick from?



195. What did St Patrick supposedly chase out of Ireland?

All the snakes


196. Which Irish sport gets mixed up at times with the Scottish game ‘shinty’?



197. In which year did Queen Elizabeth visit the Republic of Ireland for the first time?



198. Which famous Irish actor played Lawrence of Arabia?

Peter O’Toole


199. Which is the main rugby venue in Limerick?

Thomond Park

200. In which year was the Belfast Agreement (Good Friday agreement) signed?



201. What kind of fairy screams were used to warn of impending death and disaster?



202. Who is the only Irish cyclist to have won the Tour de France?

Stephen Roche


203. What religions were the Unionists?



204. Name the famous Irish actor who played James Bond.

Pierce Brosnan


205. Irish racing driver Eddie Irvine drives for which Formula One motor racing team?



206. What was the Roman name for Ireland?



207. Which American brought traditional Irish dancing to a much wider audience?

Michael Flatley


208. Which county houses the Gowran Park racecourse?

County Kilkenny


209. How many children did Arthur Guinness have?



210. According to the old folksong, what was Molly Malone selling in Dublin?

Cockles and mussels


211. Where is the GAA ground Cusack Park located?



212. The Great Famine was caused by a shortage of which crops?



213. Name the singer from punk rock band The Boomtown Rats who later campaigned for famine relief with Live Aid.

Bob Geldof


214. How many leaves does a shamrock have?



215. Where is the Curragh Racecourse is located?



216. The Great Famine was caused by a shortage of which crops?



217. Name the influential Irish novelist and poet whose works include “The Dubliners”, “A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man,” and “Ulysses.”

James Joyce


218. George Best is best known for representing which club?

Manchester United


219. Which is the best-selling Irish Whiskey in the world?



220. Dublin’s Rotunda Hospital pioneered the training of which kind of nurse?



221. The Kilkenny sporting teams are addressed by what nickname?

The Cats


222. In which city can you find the Guinness Storehouse?



223. Which popular comical TV series was filmed in the Irish village of Avoka?



224. Who was the winner of both the PGA Championship as well as The Open in 2008?

Padraig Harrington


225. What is the main ingredient in a boxty?



226. Name the two Catholic fathers in the popular TV series set on the fictional Craggy Island.

Fathers Ted and Dougal


227. Which island off Cork has an observatory of migratory birds?

Clear Island


228. What is an Ulster fry?

Full Irish breakfast


229. Which breed of terrier does Kerry give its name to?

Kerry blue


230. Which Irish jockey won the Grand National on his fifteenth attempt?

A.P. McCoy


231. Name the Republic of Ireland’s third busiest airport, after Dublin and Cork?



232. What gives the Purple Mountains in Kerry their color?



233. At what score were the touring West Indies team bowled out for in their match against Ireland in 1969?



234. Which author and satirist was born in Dublin, on November 30, 1667?

Jonathan Swift


235. Where is the oldest civic building in Ireland located?



236. Who won the player of the match award in the victory that Ireland recorded against Pakistan on St. Patrick’s Day in 2007?

Niall O’Brien


237. Which Irish sports stadium is the third-largest stadium in Europe?

Croke Park


238. Name the famous kind of glass made in southern Ireland?

Waterford Glass


239. How many deliveries did Kevin O’Brien take for his century against England in their 2011 WC fixture?



240. Mary McAleese the world’s first woman to succeed another as president, who did she succeed?

Mary Robinson


241. Which well-known drink comes from the Old Middleton Distillery in County Cork?

Jameson’s Whiskey


242. Which Irish-born man became the first to play test cricket for England?

Lelande Hone


243. Which Irish cricketer holds the dubious distinction of being the only player to be dismissed for 99 on their ODI debut?

Eoin Morgan


244. What is the name of Ireland’s national theatre?

Abbey Theatre


245. When did the Irish Potato Famine occur?



246. Ireland became an Associate Member of the ICC in which year?



247. Which town, defined as a suburb of Dublin, has a name that sounds like a collection of a certain type of weapon?



248. What is the word for a seal that can become human as featured in Irish and Orcadian folklore?

A selkie


249. Which county holds the record for the most number of Sam Maguire Cups?


250. Which illuminated manuscript Gospel book in Latin is widely regarded as Ireland’s finest national treasure?

Book of Kells


251. Which people settled in Ireland during the English king James 1st’s reign?

The Scots


252. After which Irish sportsperson is Belfast City’s airport named?

George Best


253. Which collection of fifteen short stories by James Joyce were first published in 1914?



254. Who was the very first king of Ireland?

Brian Boru


255. Which Irish writer was part of the first edition of the BBC’s ‘Question Time’ in 1979?

Edna O’ Brien


256. Which of Ireland’s counties, colloquially known as the Garden of Ireland, comes last alphabetically?



257. Which fierce warriors invaded Ireland during the 9th and 10th centuries?



258. Actor-director Kenneth Branagh hails from which city?



259. Name Dublin’s main thoroughfare?

O’Connell Street


260. In which century did the Battle of the Boyne occur?



261. Writer Iris Murdoch, actor Richard Todd, and actor Michael Gambon were all born in which city?



262. Which Irish personality was the first ever to be featured on the cover of Time magazine in 1923?

George Bernard Shaw


263. Which county is the largest in Ulster and the most northern of the Republic of Ireland counties?



264. In which language was the Book of Kells written: English, Latin or Irish Gaelic?



265. In the movie ‘Godfather’, what is the name of the character who acts as the consigliere to the Corleone family?

Tom Hagen


266. Which Irish county is the largest in terms of land area? And what about the smallest?



267. Which famous and controversial figure wrote “The Importance of Being Earnest”, “The Picture of Dorian Grey” and “The House of Pomegranates?”

Oscar Wilde


268. Which author is regarded as the best-selling Irish-born author of all time?

CS Lewis


269. An Irish coffee consists of hot coffee, sugar, and which two other ingredients?

Irish whiskey and thick cream


270. Which Irish dramatist wrote “Waiting for Godot”, “Malone Dies” and “The Unnameable?”

Samuel Beckett


271. In which branch of the arts was Wicklow-born Ninette de Valois massively influential in Britain?



272. What name is given to the 1916 armed insurrection to end British rule in Ireland?

The Easter Rising


273. Which Irish sport is sometimes confused with the Scottish game of shinty?



274. The Oscar for Best Supporting Actress was won by which Irish actress in 1989?

Brenda Fricker


275. Which leading dramatist of his generation was in 1925 awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature?

George Bernard Shaw


276. How old was Saoirse Ronan when she earned her first-ever Oscar nomination?

13 years old


277. Dublin Zoo is located in which famous urban park?

Pheonix Park


278. Which instrument is Irish musician James Galway famous for playing?

The Flute


279. Which important god of Irish mythology, had immense power and played a large and beautiful harp?



280. Which Dublin stadium was demolished in 2007 to make way for the construction of the Aviva Stadium?

Lansdowne Road Stadium


281. Which cliffs in County Clare are one of the most popular tourist destinations in Ireland?

Cliffs of Moher


282. In the Irish folk song The Irish Rover, what is the ‘Irish Rover’?

A sailing Ship


283. The color traditionally associated with St. Patrick was not green but which color?



284. Which city in the South-East is the oldest and the fifth most populous city within the Republic of Ireland?



285. Which shipping forecast area is to the immediate south of Ireland?



286. Ireland has been historically divided into how many provinces?



287. The Blarney Stone is a block of what type of rock?



288. The city of Cork is built on which river?

The Lee


289. In Ireland, what is Benbulbin?

A large rock formation


290. Which Irish rock band, formed in Limerick in 1989, rose to fame with their debut album Everybody Else Is Doing It, So Why Can’t We?

The Cranberries


291. Name the chief cities of the four Irish provinces: (a)Ulster, (b)Leinster, (c)Connacht, and (d)Munster?

(a)Belfast, (b)Dublin, (c)Galway, and (d)Cork


292. In 1951 which film was shot on location in Cong, County Mayo and directed by John Ford?

The quiet man


293. Is a bodhran a drum or a fiddle?



294. Armagh ‘The Orchard County’, is known for which fruit?



295. What does GAA stand for?

Gaelic Athletic Association


296. Which actress played the part of Mary Kate Danaher in “The Quiet Man”?

Maureen O’ Hara


297. By what other name is the Liffey Bridge in Dublin known as?

Ha’penny Bridge


298. “Dancing at Lughnasa” was written by which Irish playwright?

Brian Friel


299. What traditional instrument does Sharon Corr (of The Corrs) play?



300. Who received the title “Rose of Tralee 2000” in the Dome, Tralee on 22 August 2001?

Róisín Egenton

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