Irish-Gifts Changes the Face of Gift-Giving by Offering Small Parcels of Irish Land

Dublin, Ireland (PressExposure) April 16, 2008 -- Millions of US residents are descended from Irish immigrants somewhere in their family line. The Irish, even those that have never visited their mother country, also tend to take great pride in their Irish heritage. Now a website,, based in Dublin is making it possible for these proud Irish to own their own small section of real land in Ireland by selling land deeds by the square foot as a unique gift idea or personal collectors’ item.

“In an effort to help the Irish in the US and elsewhere get back in touch with their roots, we’re offering the opportunity for buyers to gain a foothold on Irish soil for only $49,” says founder Bjoern North. “Ireland is a fascinating country, with a myriad of Celtic legends, turbulent history, and haunting music, and we try to offer those of Irish ancestry a way to reconnect with their past by owning their own little piece of the Emerald Isle.”

The land is sold by the square foot, and buyers receive a numbered certificate of ownership, map showing the location of their small parcel of land, two photographs, and a four-page description of the land with history of the area, all sent directly from Ireland with a full guarantee of satisfaction.

Potential buyers and gift-givers can preview photographs and a map of the location of the Irish land being sold from Co. Cork at

About the is an online Irish gift shop specializing in the sale of single square foot pieces of land in Ireland as a unique gift-giving idea targeting those of Irish ancestry in the US and other areas outside of Ireland. The site offers buyers a certificate of ownership, photographs of the area, and more for $49, with the aim of helping Irish descendents reconnect with their Irish heritage, and was launched in 2007 Bjoern North.

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Bjoern North
Dublin, Ireland

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