Queen ends historic Ireland tour

20 May 2011 last updated at 21: 33 GMT, the Queen and Prince Philip the rock of Cashel and Cork English MarketThe Queen visited their historic tour of Ireland with a visit to a market in Cork, where thousands of cheering spectators lined the roads end.

They visited one of the most popular tourist attractions in the Republic of Ireland, the rock of Cashel in Tipperary before the departure from Cork Airport.

During their four-day visit, the Queen of the 'troubled past"between the UK and Ireland spoke.

They offered their sympathy for those who had suffered during the recent conflicts.

The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh aboard a plane at the airport of Cork, where they Kenny were seen ENDA of the Taoiseach [Prime Minister], out.

Earlier, she met the public in the mass for the first time after their tour of the UK market.

They contain hundreds of loud cheering school children, as all schools in Cork City in honor of the visit were closed.

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The Queen was shortly after 1400 BST on Friday and on the obstacles along the route of the due, they waited their cavalcade three and four deep, clapping and cheering any passing motorbike, that their arrival can have announced.

If they have finally passed, they receive their welcome usually reserved for all-Ireland of champions, charge forward, to get any kind of view.

Then, the younger looked especially, to see what was recorded for posterity in their mobile phones and digital cameras.

Traders and staff within the market, how to inspects the Queen applauded packed stands with meat, fish and food.

In the meantime, a peaceful rally in the opposition staged Sinn Féin.

The name was given the English market in the 1840s by the Protestant upper class was visited by another market to distinguish it used more Irish Catholic by the inhabitants of the city.

The rock of Cashel was the seat of the High Kings of Munster, long before the Norman invasion of 11th century, but most of the buildings on the current site date from the century.

According to legend was the rock spit from a piece of the mountain as the devil, that he had bite during a battle with St Patrick.

The Queen and Prince Philip were shown around the complex, harp playing and singing by schoolchildren listened and signed the visitors book.

The British monarch switched to wear green for their last day in the Republic of Ireland. She came on Tuesday, green, and the color of choice for their travel carry much coverage in the press generated.

The BBC's Chris Buckler said the Queen saw the beautiful castle in perfect conditions. He said the rain clouds that perhaps more synonymous with journeys disappeared after Ireland, and the Sun came out, how she landed.


The flags of both countries flew 'very real' in Cork

Their goal was Cork Tyndale Institute met them students and professors.

On Thursday the Queen was shown, the Irish national stud horse breeding centre in Kildare, West of Dublin and later attended a show by fashion designer and Irish artists of Dublin's National Convention Centre.

Royal BBC correspondent Peter Hunt, following Queen's visit, says that the monarch Ireland, "in the know for sure that it has played a significant and distinctive role Anglo-Irish relations in the latest improvement" will leave.

Former Taoiseach [Prime Minister] John Bruton told BBC Radio 4's today program that Ireland had "waited a very long time for what normal should between two neighbouring States" and the Queen's visit was very "symbolic".

"The fact that even the Queen has come that she has inserted so much trouble that much endurance displayed and has of the people here, a difference to the tone of the relationship is so warmly welcomed" he said.

"Will make it much easier many Irish in the United Kingdom life life for that now find that their membership in the United Kingdom and their loyalty to Ireland are easy to arrange more."

Sinn Fein leader of Gerry Adams said that the relationship would are not fully normalized, while Ireland remained partitioned. He said, was "another page in the book".

But he added: "I was taken by Queen Elisabeth sincere expression of sympathy, to all those, suffered in the conflict and I think that was very real."

The first was the Republic of Ireland, of a reigning British monarch, the Queen's historic four-day visit.

The security operation for the visit was one of the largest mounted by the Republic of Ireland and there were no planned Walkabouts for the Queen and Prince Philip, due to the threat from dissident Republicans.

However, the visit was only a few small scuffles between demonstrators and the police.

Missiles, flares and Fireworks appeared recovered twelve people in court in Dublin on Thursday night after Irish police.

The 11 men and one woman were arrested Connolly Station in the city and is said to be on their way to the Conference Centre.


Queen ends historic Ireland tour