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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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Steam Rally, Co. Cork

Glandore Harbour, Co. Cork

Sunday Morning in a Village in West Cork

Stone Circle, Co. Cork

Distilling Power's Whiskey at Irish Distillers in ...

The Lee Fields in Cork City

Old Head of Kinsale

Cork City Hall by night, Co. Cork

Michael Collins Bust in Conor O'Neills Pub

River Lee in Cork City

Fishing Boat on the Beara Peninsula, Co. Cork

Stone Circle

The Ring of Beara

Blcksod Lighthouse, Co. Mayo

Unidentified dolmen near Knocknakilla, Co. Cork

So much to see, Castletownbere, Co. Cork

Kilmacowen Standing Stone, Co. Cork

Colorful Dwelling from the Past in Eyeries, Co. ...

Carrigagulla Standing Stone near Ballynagree, Co. ...

Village of Owenahincha, Co. Cork

Last Minute Words of Wisdom

Inside the Labbacallee Tomb near Glenworth, Co. ...

Knocknakilla Standing Stone, Co. Cork

Fresh Vegetables in Macroom, Co. Cork

Village of Owenahincha, Co. Cork

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