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Experts do not yet agree on the origin of Haggis, with some locating its birthplace as far away as Ancient Greece or Rome. Most do however concur that Haggis was not invented by the Scots and was probably brought to Scotland from Scandinavia during the early Viking age.
There are eight times more people in Ireland who speak Polish than there are who speak Gaellic, the native celtic language of the Green Island. This is mostly due to the diminishing popularity of Gaellic as a language.