Island near Europe goes up for sale

Last week, the Dalai Lama visited Ireland, while the week before it was Prince Albert of Monaco. Not so long ago, Justin Bieber was here, while next month, our former queen, Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, an

16th April, 2011

All these visits by major international figures have only added to the rumours that have been going around for some time: Ireland really is for sale. It’s hard to know what publication all these people read, but they have obviously seen an ad or some promotional material touting Ireland as a possible investment. For example, they could have seen this ad while they were browsing on the well-known auction website, everythingmustgo.com, as it has been...

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