County Cork

Corcaigh translates to means ‘marsh’ in Irish.
The county is known as the “People’s Republic of Cork”, a title derived from the region’s front-line role in the Irish War of Independence (1919–21).

These are some of the most significant landmarks, buildings and monuments in County Cork

Garinish Island, Glengarriff. County Cork

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An island paradise, World famous gardens & Friendly seals Garinish Island, also known as 'Ilnacullin' or 'Island of holly’ in Irish, is located in the sheltered harbor of Glengarriff in west Cork. The [...]

Garinish Island, Glengarriff. County Cork2019-06-25T18:21:26+00:00

Charles Fort, Kinsale. County Cork 1682

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One of the largest and finest British military installations in Ireland Charles Fort is a classic example of a late 17th century star-shaped fort and is was one of the largest British military [...]

Charles Fort, Kinsale. County Cork 16822019-06-25T21:30:54+00:00