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Cobh (Cork), Ireland Ireland’s second-largest city, Cork takes belligerent pride in its history of rebellion. It was founded in the 4th century by St. Finbarr, for whom its first cathedral is named. Hardly less sacred to its citizens is the Cork City Gaol, where its rebel heroes often resided. Visit the Crawford Art Gallery for its collection of native Irish painters, and Blarney Castle for a look at feudal history.

Cobh (Cork), Ireland

Visit St. Finbarr’s cathedral, the Cork City Gaol where rebel heroes resided, feudal Blarney Castle, and Cobh Emigration Centre, tracing the history of the great Irish diaspora.

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Cobh, County Cork, Ireland!  This post will not contain industrial soot stained cities; instead it showcases some of the most vibrant looking cities in the world.  Click through to see some of the most colorful cities in the world!

20 of the Most Colorful Cities in the World

Looking for some of the most coloRful cities in the world to put on your bucket list?! Click through to see these incredibly vibrant cities.

The idyllic landscape in the village of #Cushendall #Antrim #Ireland #vacation #travel #tour #guide www.irelandinsiderguide.com

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The idyllic landscape in the village of #Cushendall #Antrim #Ireland #vacation #travel #tour #guide www.irelandinsiderguide.com

Titanic Belfast, Co Antrim

Still More Postcards from Ireland - Irish Fireside Travel and Culture

My time on the Emerald Isle grows short, but the beautiful scenes just keep coming. Here are a few more images… Share Share Share Share

Day 12, Glenariff Waterfall of Nine Glens, County Antrim, Northern Ireland.

Glenariff Waterfall, County Antrim Northern Ireland.

Glenariff Forest Park is a beautiful and scenic area, situated in County Antrim. The forest park is part of the famous nine ‘Glens of Antrim’. Glenariff is known as the ‘Queen of the Glens’ and you can see why when you visit. It is considered by many people to be the most beautiful Glen of all. The forest park has three spectacular waterfalls. You can see them by following the marked trails within the forest.