A new national flag has become a hit in the Republic of Ireland, with many people claiming they have spotted the new emblem on the ground.
The new flag is the first of its kind in Ireland and will be used in official ceremonies in the coming months.
In addition to the flag being used in the public realm, the new national colours will be red, white and blue, as well as the colours used for the country’s national anthem.
It was first revealed by the Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar in September last year, with thousands of people wearing it in public on a number of occasions.
Many Irish people have been surprised by the new flag, which they have described as a “beautiful” piece of art.
The Irish flag is one of the first flags in the world to feature a flag with two stars, but it’s the colour blue which has gained the most attention from people.
There have been a number similar flags made, but the new one has received the most acclaim from people who have worn it in front of their homes.
The colour blue is used for Ireland’s national flag, but many people have seen it on the streets of Dublin, which is where the new flags were spotted.
The flag has been popular in recent years, with people wearing the new colours in public, with some even showing the new design to their children.
The most popular colours of the national flag are red, blue, white, green and yellow, which were the colours of Irish football club, Shamrock Rovers, during their historic League Two play-off defeat by Dundalk in the first round of the Champions League in 2016.
The number two and three stripes are used on the Irish flag, and the white circle is used as the white border on the new new flag.
The other colours used on both flags are white and black.
A national anthem was also produced with the new logo.
The anthem is the anthem of the National Football Association of Ireland (NFAI) and the anthem for the Republic.
The national anthem is sung by the NFAI in public during matches, and there are many celebrations for the anthem each year.
The flags have been spotted around the country, with the first one spotted at a football match in the Limerick area.
The second flag was spotted in Co Limerick, with a number one, a number two, a two and a three being also seen on the same day.
The third flag, however, was spotted on the outskirts of Dublin on the Saturday afternoon, with hundreds of people in the city wearing the colours.