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St Fin Barre's Cathedral
Architectural Buildings, Sacred & Religious Sites
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St. Anne's Church
Sacred & Religious Sites
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Church of Christ the King
Sacred & Religious Sites
Cork City Gaol
Historic Sites, History Museums
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Old Cork Waterworks Experience
Historic Sites, Children's Museums, History Museums
Kilcatherine Church and Cemetery
Ancient Ruins, Sacred & Religious Sites, Historic Sites
Elizabeth Fort
Points of Interest & Landmarks
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Paul Street
Neighbourhoods, Points of Interest & Landmarks
St Patrick Street
Points of Interest & Landmarks
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Michael Collins Monument
Points of Interest & Landmarks, Monuments & Statues
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#1 of 55 Sights & Landmarks in Cork
A must do walk in East Cork famous for their potato Ballycotton has stunning views and beautiful local birds It's a nice stroll at the scenery is breathing Also you get on a ferry and visit the lighthouse a must d...
Amazing nature, green fields with cows grazing and the sea waves, all within your view from one single spot.
#2 of 55 Sights & Landmarks in Cork
It is quite a large campus, yet compact enough to stroll around at a leisurely pace taking in the views and sights.
Well worth a stroll around, lovely places to eat, river views, pleasing architecture, pleasant surroundings
#3 of 55 Sights & Landmarks in Cork
The tunnels are impressie as are the views and its well worth stopping to chat to the friendly and knowlegable blue tee-shirted volunteers who provide an excellent insight into the heritage and life of cork harbour.
... castle that when kissed will give you the gift of speech or "gab" as they say in Cork! Cobh on the east side of the harbour, a town of hills and towering cathedral that gives an incredible view of the harbour.
#4 of 55 Sights & Landmarks in Cork
There is no real view of the building but the interior is quite magnificent.
#5 of 55 Sights & Landmarks in Cork
Very cheap day out , beautiful views, great information , very impressed will defiantly be back , have a cafe that you can get a bite to eat and picnic tables outside great on a sunny day , would be a beautiful pl...
A little piece of history preserved for your perusal well worth a visit if you like to see the more unusual sights
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Annie Moore Statue Cobh 1.3 km away
#2 of 10 Sights & Landmarks in Cobh
She stands at the site of her departure from Ireland accompanied by her two brothers Anthony and Philip, before she boarded the SS Nevada to start her new life in America.
Great View
#6 of 55 Sights & Landmarks in Cork
Awsome place & definitely a "not to miss place"in Cork... - for history geek ( like me) it is on the iconic place of interest to visit - it is fun :) ( you can ring the bells) - you get a wonderful view from the t...
great views at the top and once down please please please chat to mary on the door she is a lovely lady with a wealth of knowledge and more so great to talk to a superb character .
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#7 of 55 Sights & Landmarks in Cork
Very well preserved monument with great views over the city and a guided tour with good knowledge of Cork history The first place to go when visiting Cork is the Elizabeth Fort.
Only a two minute walk from the city centre and near to St Fin Barre's Cathedral so worth visiting both sights.
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#8 of 55 Sights & Landmarks in Cork
You could go upstairs and have a more general view, but I prefer the ground level (don't forget your fleece, the wind can be fairly cold there...).
We had dinner in the restaurant with full view of the greyhounds racing.
#9 of 55 Sights & Landmarks in Cork
You will enjoy just strolling around and just looking at the architectural detail... Fab views of Cobb harbour and beyond from the height of the platform around the cathedral.
Built on a site where monasteries and churches have existed since the seventh century, St Finn Barre's is a wonderful example of Victorian Gothic Revival architecture.
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#10 of 55 Sights & Landmarks in Cork
This is a great place to shop, wander around and just enjoy the sights in Cork.
And if you can manage to climb the very steep Patrick’s Hill to the top, you can get a spectacular view of the city below.
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#11 of 55 Sights & Landmarks in Cork
The church occupies the site of the medieval parish church of the Holy Trinity, where the poet Edmund Spenser married Elizabeth Boyle in 1594.
Here we have an arts centre built into a 17th century church which was itself built on a Viking church site.
#12 of 55 Sights & Landmarks in Cork
This Victorian Iron bridge provides fantastic views of river Lee and connects Cork City Gaol and Fitgerald's park.It shakes a bit when its windy.
Erected to mark the great exhibition of the 19th century, this footbridge spans the north channel of the Lee, and gives lovely views on the river.
#13 of 55 Sights & Landmarks in Cork
Cork people love holy trinity my late father in law anniversary mams is said there for the last 17 yrs the architectural view from across the river is stunning
#14 of 55 Sights & Landmarks in Cork
From the beautiful sights and smells of the English Market to the buskers on Paul Street.
#16 of 55 Sights & Landmarks in Cork
Very interesting little place on a lovely site, kids loved the glass elevator.
To finish up we visited the excellent play park which sits above the site.
#19 of 55 Sights & Landmarks in Cork
As you wonder around there are loads of animals to view and interact with - there is a petting area that the kids all love as they have got to play with kittens, puppies, rabbits and even got to bottle feed a lamb.
There's a nice restaurant & shop on site.
#20 of 55 Sights & Landmarks in Cork
There are great views all around it and it is truly a masterpiece of art.
#21 of 55 Sights & Landmarks in Cork
After 25 years of marriage to a wife that is obsessed with Irish history we eventually made the trip to Beal na Blath just outside Cork city to visit the Michael Collins memorial site.
Significiant Historical Site - Michael Collins monument near Béal na mBláth, County Cork, Ireland
#25 of 55 Sights & Landmarks in Cork
... McCarthy, Jim O’Sullivan and Pat Deasy on 12 October 2014’ I took all the pictures on the day and the pictures with the text describing the ambush are cropped images of the signs erected around the ambush site.
Important site from the war of independence
Blarney Castle & Gardens Blarney 7.9 km away
#1 of 5 Sights & Landmarks in Blarney
Fantastic surroundings, amazing scenario, great views, a great castle to visit, a wonderful house, waterfalls, gardens, you name it.
... the gardens are awesome and if you enter to the castle in the top of it before you kiss the stone for the gift of the eloquence you will be able to see the little town of Blarney so you will have a perfect view.
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#26 of 55 Sights & Landmarks in Cork
It is set up on top of a hill with stunning views of the bay and amazing Celtic headstones and remnants of the church.
The views are to die for—no pun intended.
#27 of 55 Sights & Landmarks in Cork
At this juncture you arrive at a little bridge whereupon you may view the ruins of Brigown Abbey where Saint Fanahan founded his monastery on your right, and the Galtee mountains on your left.