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

Bishop Lucey Park, Cork
Wier and bridge on River Lee, Cork
South Mall and River Lee, Cork
National monument, Cork
River Lee, Cork
River Lee, south channel, Cork
Sullivan's Quay and South gate bridge, Cork
Father Matthew's Quay, Cork (1)
Trinity Bridge and Morrison's Quay, Cork
Father Matthew's Quay, Cork
St Patrick's St, Cork
Quay by River Lee, Cork
Cork building
Cork Opera house
Father Matthew's church, Cork
Irish post box
Dunnes stores, Cork
Keane's store, Cork
Radio Ireland (RTE) Cork
Guinness sign, Cork
Irish pub, Cork
Drunk asleep on bridge, Cork