It is really difficult to find a map of the island of Éire (Ireland), without political borders, in Gaeilge (the Irish language). The most noticeable feature of this map (conspicuously absent) is the line that divides the Republic of Ireland from Northern Ireland. The border was created in 1921 by the British. In the 300 years prior, the British Crown had been colonizing Éire, confiscating land and granting it to settlers from Britain.
Gaeilge speakers are now a minority on their own island, and most of the places are now better known by their English names. This map imagines a unified island in its native language.