This article is about the district of Cork . For other uses, see Shandon . The clock tower of St Anne's church containing the Bells of Shandon
Shandon is a district in Cork city noted for The Bells of Shandon, a song celebrating the bells of the Church of St Anne written by Francis Sylvester Mahony under the pen name of "Father Prout".
Although not part of the original Hiberno-Norse settlement of Cork, it is one of the most historic districts of the city, avoiding the fires and floods experienced by the newer developments and older parts of the city. People associated with Shandon[edit sourceÂ | edit] John Arnott, 1st. Baronet Arnott of Woodlands, Shandon William Black, Scottish novelist wrote Shandon Bells Jack Lynch, Taoiseach Ignatius O'Brien, 1st Baron Shandon Bordering suburbs[edit sourceÂ | edit] Cork City Centre Cork City Centre Cork City Centre External links[edit sourceÂ | edit] Shandon Bells - Church of St. Anne Shandon Education Health Cork Medical Centre Cork University Hospital St. Finbarr's Hospital St. Mary's Orthopaedic Hospital Erinville Hospital North Infirmary History Cork International Exhibition Burning of Cork History of Cork Irish Industrial Exhibition Siege of Cork Parks and Recreational Areas Bishop Lucey Park The Glen Kennedy Park The Lough Tramore Valley Park Religion Cathedral of St Mary and St Anne Church of St Anne Honan Chapel The Red Abbey Saint Fin Barre's Cathedral Sport Venues Streets Grand Parade Oliver Plunkett Street St. Patrick's Street South Mall Washington Street Wellington Road Other Buildings and Structures Atlantic Quarter Blackrock Castle City Gate Mahon Collins Barracks Cork County Hall Cork Kent railway station Daly's bridge Elizabeth Fort The Elysian English Market The Montenotte Hotel National Software Centre St. Finbarr's Cemetery Two Working Men Blackrock railway station Cork Albert Quay railway station Cork Albert Street railway station Cork Capwell railway station Cork City Park railway station Cork Victoria Road railway station Cork Western Road railway station Show Ground Halt railway station Sir_Henry's Victoria railway station Italics indicate proposed developments. Smaller font-size indicates locations or organizations that no longer exist.
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