A stroll through Cork City

Cork City in Ireland is the second largest city in Ireland, after Dublin. It has been described as the real capital of Ireland because Corkonians are damn proud of their city, according to my Irish colleague. Although, based on Wiki, “Corkonians often refer to the city as “the real capital” in reference to the city’s role as the centre of anti-treaty forces during the Irish Civil War”.

Anyhow, I would move to Cork in a jiffy if I am offered that chance. It feels more relaxed and Irish. I LOVE CORK.

Shops in Shandon, Cork
Shops in Shandon, Cork
Street in Shandon, Cor
Street in Shandon, Cor
Another street in Shandon, Cork
Another street in Shandon, Cork
Opera House / Theatre in Cork City
Opera House / Theatre in Cork City
Court house in Cork City
Court house in Cork City
Grafiti in Cork - those little pesty kids!
Grafiti in Cork – those little pesky kids!
Joseph and Aunty Nellies's chocolate factory
Joseph and Aunty Nellies’s chocolate factory
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