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County Cork derives it's name from the town that has now become Ireland's 2nd City. From the Irish word Corcaigh - meaning marsh, the city was founded by St. Finbarr in A.D.650 on the marshy land banks of the River Lee. The city's narrow alleys, ... more
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O'Neills Bar in Eyeries, Co. Cork

Blarney Castle, Co. Cork

Busy Town of Cobh, Co. Cork

Signpost in Conor O'Neills Pub

Capuchin Monastery in Rochestown, Co. Cork

Tranquility in Castletownsend, Co. Cork

Coastal Mist Over a Rural Byway, Co. Cork

Kinsale town from the grounds of Charles Fort, ...

The black and the white don't mix, Clonakilty, ...

Boathouse in Castletownsend, Co. Cork

Rowboat in Kinsale, Co. Cork

A Tuft of Daffodils by a Farmhouse, Co. Cork

Asleep at the Wheel!

Overgrown Road, Co. Cork

Coastline on the Beara Peninsula, Co. Cork

Conor O'Neills Irish Pub

Murphy's Lorry in Eyeries, Co. Cork

Gilmanaugh Stone Circle, Co. Cork

Waterfall in Springtime in the Grounds of Blarney ...

Can't Decide!

Bull Rock Lighthouse, Co. Cork

Magic of the Mizen Head Lighthouse, Co. Cork

The Wind that Shakes the Barley

Youghal Lighthouse, Co. Cork

Fishing Village of Baltimore, Co. Cork

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