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- The site where Michael Collins, who helped establish a treaty with the UK in the 1920s, was assassinated by fellow Irishmen on August 22, 1922. Controversy still surrounds his death.Written 28 June 2022
- Kilmichael Ambush site is an important historical feature in Ireland. It is very well laid out with story boards and indicators. The events are told in a truthful way while giving the visitor a clear honest account of part of our history.
A most enjoyable visit.Written 9 September 2020
- The National Monument Grand Parade was erected to celebrate the Irish Patriots who died during the period 1798 - 1867. Located in Cork City centre on an area called the Grand Parade near to the English market and just beside the River Lee.Written 19 December 2019
- Great to see a pioneering Tipperary man commanding such a prominent place in Cork city we will drink to that ??Written 3 October 2020
- Always a place to visit respectively and take a moment...
Ireland and some of its finest gave their sacrifice during the Great War, World War 1, and we will not forget them...Written 21 July 2019
- Due to the passing last year of a dear relative in our family, my sister and I had reason to spend time recently in the Examiner Office, Cork in order to organise a first anniversary notice and acknowledgement for the papers. We were new to this, anxious to get everything perfect and found the whole process emotionally draining. However, we were so lucky to come across Sharon to help us. She was so warm, patient, empathetic and professional. A pleasure to deal with.Written 8 March 2019