Cork

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Paddywagon Tours drove us through Cork enroute to Balrney and again enroute to Kinsale. We did see a fair amount of the city, though we did not have the opportunity to walk it. The River Lee flows though Cork and several attractive bridges cross the river. Our guide was proud that Cork has more tall buildings than Dublin. Cork is is also famous as the home of Murphy's Brewery and its Murphy's Stout (now owned by Heineken Ireland).

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Father Mathew Tower (1846).
Father Mathew Tower (1846).
Trinity Presbyterian Church (1861).
Trinity Presbyterian Church (1861).
St. Patrick Bridge.
St. Patrick Bridge.
River Lee and St. Patrick Bridge.
River Lee and St. Patrick Bridge.
St. Patricks Street.
St. Patrick's Street.
River Lee from Brian Boru Bridge.
River Lee from Brian Boru Bridge.
Bridge Street.
Bridge Street.
Everyman Palace Theatre (1898).
Everyman Palace Theatre (1898).
City Hall (1936)
City Hall (1936)
City Hall (1936).
City Hall (1936).
The Elysian (2008).
The Elysian (2008).
Church of Saints Peter and Paul an…
Church of Saints Peter and Paul a…
Church of Saints Peter and Paul (1…
Church of Saints Peter and Paul (…
Murphys Brewery (Heineken Ireland…
Murphy's Brewery (Heineken Irelan…
Dinos Family Chip Shop.
Dino's Family Chip Shop.
Cork
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