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Carrigaline, Cork, Co. Cork, P43 Y018
Overlooking the scenic Owenabue Valley, the Fernhill Golf & Country Club Hotel is just 15 minutes' drive from central Cork and the airport. It is 5 minutes' drive from the Ringaskiddy Ferry Port.
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14A Tobin Street, Cork City, Co Cork, Ireland, T12 WYY0
The Triskel Arts Centre is an innovative forum for the arts including music, literature, visual art, education and theatre. It also houses a Ground and First Floor Gallery, Cafe and Bar, Education Workshop and two artists studios.
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Bishop Street, Cork City, Co. Cork, Ireland, T12 K710
St. Fin Barre's Cathedral: A William Burges neo gothic gem. Daily Eucharist, 1200 carvings, Masonic Stained Glass, Gargoyles, Griffins, Angels.
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Convent Avenue, Sunday's Well, Cork City, Co. Cork, T23 VX25
This prison housed 19th Century prisoners, often in wretched conditions. Furnished cells, amazingly lifelike characters, sound effects and fascinating exhibitions allow the visitor to experience day to day life for prisoners and gaoler. All year.
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Cork City, Co Cork, Ireland
Annual festival held in October. Background information, the venues and details on how to book.
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Lee Road, Cork, T23 N828
Lifetime Lab, on the banks of the River Lee, is a unique attraction for visitors of all ages with its modern interactive exhibition, themed playground, beautifully restored buildings and equipment and scenic views over the River Lee.
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St. Patrick's Street, Cork City, Co. Cork, Ireland, T12 NC8Y
Situated in the heart of Cork City, the English Market is a roofed food market and has been trading since 1788. Developed and still owned by Cork City Council, the Market is one of the oldest municipal markets of its kind in the world.
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Co. Cork, Ireland, T23 NX76
Located in Cork City, the Cathedral is the Mother church of the dioceses of Cork and Ross, known locally as the North Cathedral. It was dedicated in 1808. The building is a combination of sandstone and limestone dressings and is of early neo gothic reviva
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Regional Park, Ballincollig, Co. Cork
The Regional Park, Ballincollig is located on the South bank of the River Lee in Cork. It is a 130 acre public park.
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Fitzgerald Park, Cork City, Co. Cork, Ireland, T12 V0AA
Located on the Mardyke, the Museum at Fitzgerald Park houses a collection of some of the memories of Cork's commercial, political, historical, ancient history, old glass, coins and general local memorabilia. Micheal Collins exhibition and items relating t
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Grand Parade, Cork City, Co. Cork, Ireland
Sited at the junction of the South Mall and Grand Parade in Cork city, this imposing structure was built in 1906 to commerate uprisings against the British in 1867 and 1798. Close by is the War Memorial, reminding us of the dead of the two World Wars.
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Cork City, Co Cork, Ireland, T12 KX00
The National Sculpture Factory is a national organisation, dedicated to artists, which advances the creation and understanding of contemporary art. Specifically, It provides and promotes a supportive environment for the making of art, opportunities for co
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High Road, Cobh, Co Cork, Ireland, P24 AY26
Cobh Museum is housed in former Scots Presbyterian Church on the main road into Cobh from Cork. Its many exhibits relate to Cobh's long maritime history. Artefacts include grim reminders of the Lusitania disaster, model boats and ships, and mementos of a
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Church Street, Shandon, Cork City, Co Cork, Ireland, T23 YN88
Visit the Church of St. Anne Shandon, play the famous Bells of Shandon, view our city from our viewing balcony and look at our selection of Ancient Books. Take some time out to relax Body, Mind and Spirit in our Old Church (1722)
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UCC, Cork City, Co. Cork, T12 V1WH
The Lewis Glucksman Gallery is a cultural and educational institution that promotes the research, creation and exploration of the visual arts. Located at the main entrance to University College Cork on Western Road, the Glucksman is an award-winning build
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Great William O'Brien Street, Cork City, Co. Cork, Ireland, T23 WP82
Records of enduring value - archives - provide us with evidence about the past. The provision made over 30 years ago by Cork City Council, Cork County Council and U.C.C. in setting up the Cork City and County Archives has meant that our local archives are
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White Star Line Building, 20 Casement Square, Cobh, Co. Cork, Ireland, P24 DW63
Titanic Experience Cobh is a new permanent visitor attraction in Cobh, Cork, Ireland. Titanic Cobh is situated in the original offices of The White Star Line, the location marks the departure point for the last 123 passengers who boarded the Titanic on it
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Regional Park, Ballincollig, Co. Cork, Ireland
These mills in County Cork were established in 1794 by Charles Henry Leslie. The army barracks was built in 1805 in the town to protect the supply of gunpowder. Now the 134 acre site is a public park.
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Ballincollig, Co. Cork, Ireland
We are a group of Bible believers who meet weekly to honour the Lord Jesus Christ!
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Cobh Heritage Centre, Cobh Harbour, Cobh, Co. Cork, P24 CY67
Between the 1840s and the mid-20th century, close to 6 million people emigrated from Ireland - 2.5 million of those left via Cobh. The Cobh Heritage Centre tells the history of Cobh and of those who left Ireland's shores from this important port town.
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