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Cork

Cork - description of the city:

Cork is city of Ireland (Munster). The population of Cork: 190,384 people. Geographic coordinates of Cork: 51.89797 x -8.47061.

Country Ireland
International title Cork
Population 190,384 people
Timezone Europe/Dublin
State Munster
Geographic coordinates Latitude: 51.89797 x Longitude: -8.47061

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Photos of Cork
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Visiting Cork
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Places of interest in Cork
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History and present of Cork
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Cork - places of Interest
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Famous places of Cork
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Cork video guide

Places to visit in Cork

  • English Market
  • Saint Fin Barre's Cathedral
  • Cathedral of St Mary and St Anne
  • Everyman Palace Theatre
  • University College Cork
  • Blackrock Castle
  • Cork Opera House
  • Red Abbey, Cork
  • Cork City Gaol
  • Washington Street (Cork)

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