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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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Boats moored in Castletownbere, Co. Cork


Entrance to a Manor, Co. Cork


Ogham Stone, Co. Cork


Ogham Markings on a Standing Stone, Co. Cork


Bridge on the Grounds of Blarney Castle, Co. Cork


Derelict Fishing Boat on the Beara Peninsula, Co. ...


Irish Distillers Plant in Midleton, Co. Cork


Remains of old ring fort on the Beare Peninsula, ...


Sea Break and Walking path, Co. Cork


Primitive Farm Road, Co. Cork


Village of Owenahincha, Co. Cork


Fulacht Fiadh or Ancient Cooking Pit at Drombeg, ...


Knarled Tree Roots on the grounds of Blarney ...


Rural Byway, Co. Cork


Pleasure boats in Castletownsend, Co. Cork


Navigational Beacon near Baltimore, Co. Cork


Fish Farm in Ardgroom Harbour, Co. Cork


Pot-Stills at Irish Distillers in Midleton, Co. ...


Castletownbere Lifeboat, Co. Cork


Ogham Stone, Co. Cork


Enjoying the Summer in Glandore, Co. Cork


Scoreboard in a Cork Hurling Match


Ardgroom Stone Circle, Co. Cork

 
 

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