Ah yes, County Cork. Dyed in the wool (Aren't Irish puns fun?) rebels, Corkonians are the hard-nosed of the hard-nosed. A menace to the evil British empire, Cork was once known as the Rebel County for the trouble the residents gave to the occupying British army before the Republic of Ireland obtained independence. Located deep within the innards of the Emerald Isle, Cork is an authentic Gaelic experience. The further deep you go into the Republic, the further you stray away from Anglo traditions and a whole other culture emerges. There's plenty to soak up.
R617, 8km (5 miles) northwest of Cork City
One of Europe's Most Modern Wildlife Parks...
Restored Jail Complete With Furnished Cells...
Mahon Golf Club, Mahon
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