Cork is also known as Corcaigh in Gaelic, which means marsh. St Finbarr founded a monastery here in AD 650. See Also: Cork

Kissing the Blarney stone (5)
Kissing the Blarney stone (4)
Kissing the Blarney stone (3)
Kissing the Blarney stone (2)
Kissing the Blarney stone (1)
Kissing the Blarney stone
Queueing to kiss the Blarney stone
Garda (Irish Police) station
Garda (Irish Police) sign
Blarney Castle (4)
Blarney Castle (3)
Blarney Castle (2)
Blarney Castle (1)
Blarney Castle
St Patrick's Hill, Cork
River Lee, North channel, Cork
Crawford mumicipal art gallery, Cork
Paul Street, Cork
St Peter and Paul's church, Cork
English market cheese counter, Cork
English market, Cork
English Market, Salmon at fish counter, Cork
English Market facade, Cork
Bishop Lucey Park, Cork (1)