Noten Aialan

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Northern Ireland
Tuaisceart Éireann
Norlin Airlann
Location of  Noten Aialan  (orange)– in the European continent  (caramel & white)– in the United Kingdom  (caramel)
Location of  Noten Aialan  (orange)

– in the European continent  (caramel & white)
– in the United Kingdom  (caramel)

(and largest city)
54°35.456′N 5°50.4′W / 54.590933°N 5.84°W / 54.590933; -5.84
Tokples bilong gavman English
Ulster Scots1
Ethnic groups  99.15% White (91.0% Northern Ireland born, 8.15% other white)
0.41% Asian
0.10% Irish Traveller
0.34% others.[1]
Gavman Constitutional monarchy
 -  Monarch Elizabeth II
 -  First Minister Peter Robinson MLA
 -  deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness MLA MP
 -  Prime Minister of the United Kingdom David Cameron MP
 -  Secretary of State (in the UK government) Owen Paterson MP
Legislature Northern Ireland Assembly
 -  Government of Ireland Act 3 May 1921 
 -  Olgeta 13,843 km2 
5,345 sq mi 
 -  2009 estimate 1,789,000 
 -  2001 census 1,685,267 
 -  Densiti 122/km2 
315/sq mi
GDP (PPP) 2002 estimate
 -  Olgeta £33.2 billion 
 -  Long wanwan manmeri £19,603 
Karansi Pound sterling (GBP)
Taim hap GMT (UTC+0)
 -  Sama (DST) BST (UTC+1)
Date formats dd/mm/yyyy (AD)
Drives on the left
Intanet kod .uk2
Telefon kod +443
1 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
2 .ie, in common with the Republic of Ireland, and also .eu, as part of the European Union. ISO 3166-1 is GB, but .gb is unused
3 +44 is always followed by 28 when calling landlines. The code is 028 within the UK and 048 from the Republic of Ireland

Noten Aialan emi wanpela kantri bilong Yurop. Inglan, Skotlan, Wels na Noten Aialan wantaim i mekim Yunaitet Kingdom. Noten Aialan i wanpela kantri long ailan Aialan.

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