February 15, 2016

Cork City, Cork, Ireland; 7 – 8 February, 2016

Filed under: Uncategorized — wally426 @ 9:53 am

The city of Cork has become a healthy mix of old and new. Along St. Patrick’s Street, there are new stores, shopping malls, and the usual city hustle. As you move off the main drag and onto the side streets and alleyways, you find a completely different city. One with history and charm. The further you go out, it’s like peeling back the onion of time. 

The English Market

The Honan Chapel – University College Cork – The church has historical significance as it was built during the “Celtic Twilight”, which was the arts movement from the early 20th century when Irish sought to reclaim their identity and further distinguish themselves from the English 

Ogham Stones contain a Neolithic alphabet comsisting of only lines. This Pritchard one was found during the quarrying process and was nearly destroyed.

St. Finn Barre’s Cathedral



Mermaid Stairs 


 Posthumous honors from the Great War  


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