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Albert Quay / Kennedy Quay, Cork City VIEW FULL LISTING
Web: www.portofcork.ie Email: sdymond@portofcork.ie
Tel: 021 462 5355 Contact: Port of Cork – Sarah Dymond
Right in the heart of the City, these quays and docks still operate at the East end (Kennedy Quay), and the sight of large ships moored almost right next to City hall is visually surprising. 
Ballybranagan Strand, Cork VIEW FULL LISTING
Web: www.corkcoco.ie Email: cccmidleton@eircom.net
Tel: +353 21 4631554 Contact: Area Engineers Office
This is a very attractive stretch of beach which suddenly appears at the road end, hidden from view until you get up to it. 
Ballycotton, East Cork VIEW FULL LISTING
Web: www.corkcoco.ie Email: cccmidleton@eircom.net
Tel: +353 21 4631554 Contact: Area Engineers Office
Ballycotton is situated twenty five miles from Cork. A famous fishing village, it has both a lighthouse and a world-famous lifeboat. 
Ballyhoura Region, Cork VIEW FULL LISTING
Web: www.ballyhouracountry.com Email: info@ballyhoura.org
Tel: +353 1 2011111 Contact:
If you are looking for Leprechauns, shillelaghs and shamrocks painted in luminous green, don't come to the Ballyhoura region. But if it's authentic, unspoiled rural Ireland you're after, then you've come to the right place. 
Baltimore, West Cork VIEW FULL LISTING
Web: www.skibbereen.ie Email: james.dwyer@corkcoco.ie
Tel: +353 28 21299 Contact: James Dwyer – Area Engineer
Baltimore in West Cork sits near the very southern tip of Ireland on the beautiful southwest coast. Across a large natural harbour lies Carbery's Hundred Isles, which include the enchanting islands of Cape Clear, Sherkin and Heir. 
Bantry, West Cork VIEW FULL LISTING
Web: www.bantry.ie Email: bcouncil@gofree.indigo.ie
Tel: +353 27 50058 Contact:
Overlooking Bantry Bay in the heart of West Cork, Bantry town is situated just over 55miles west of Cork city. It functions as a large Market town providing commercial, retail and tourism/leisure facilities for locals and visitors alike. 
Batchelors Quay, Cork City VIEW FULL LISTING
Web: www.corkcity.ie Email: arts@corkcity.ie
Tel: +353 21 492 42 98 Contact: Liz Meaney – Arts Officer
This quay is a classic example of the old heart of the City. Long disused commercially it is set in a tranquil & picturesque part of the City and boasts some fine restored Mill buildings. 
Belvelly Great Island, Cork VIEW FULL LISTING
Web: n/a Email: n/a
Tel: 021 4255100 Contact: Cork Tourist Information Office
Belvelly Castle is a typical medieval square tower dating from the fifteenth century, located in magnificent natural scenery. 
Bishop Lucey Park, Cork VIEW FULL LISTING
Web: www.corkcity.ie Email: arts@corkcity.ie
Tel: +353 21 492 42 98 Contact: Liz Meaney – Arts Officer
This is a small City Centre green space sandwiched between large buildings on Cork’s showpiece street, Grand Parade. 
Blackrock Castle and Observatory, Cork VIEW FULL LISTING
Web: www.bco.ie Email: info@bco.ie
Tel: 021 4357917 Contact: Blackrock Castle Observatory,
Blackrock Castle Observatory is home is an award winning exhibition highlighting recent discoveries of extreme life forms on Earth and their implications for life in outer space. 
Blackwater Castle, Cork VIEW FULL LISTING
Web: www.blackwatercastle.com Email: info@blackwatercastle.com
Tel: +353 22 26333 / +353 86 1040306 Contact: Genmark Ltd, The Nordstrom Trust
The Castle is situated in the picturesque Awbeg River Valley. The oldest existing part of the castle is 12th century; the main tower is 15th century and the main building from 17th century onwards. 
Blarney Castle and Gardens, Cork VIEW FULL LISTING
Web: www.blarneycastle.ie/contact Email: info@blarneycastle.ie
Tel: + 353 21 4385252 Contact: Jean Murphy
Blarney Castle as viewed today is the third structure to be built on this sight, built by Cormac Mc Carthy in 1446 it replaces a stone structure which was built in1210 ad 
Bridgetown Priory, Cork VIEW FULL LISTING
Web: www.corkcoco.ie Email: corkcoconorth@oceanfree.net
Tel: +353 22 21964 Contact: Area Engineers Office
Bridgetown is located in Castletown Roche, has a cloister, kitchens, refectory, chapter house and church. Its ruins, now extensively restored, are open to visitors all year around. 
Cape Clear, West Cork VIEW FULL LISTING
Web: www.capeclearisland.com Email: info@cailinoir.com
Tel: 028 39119 Contact: Seamus O’Driscoll
Cape Clear Island is Ireland's most southerly island. It is a 45min boat trip from Baltimore or Schull in West Cork. The island is 3 miles long and 1.5 miles wide and has a population of 120 persons. 
Castletownshend, West Cork VIEW FULL LISTING
Web: Email: james.dwyer@corkcoco.ie
Tel: +353 28 21299 Contact: James Dwyer – Area Engineer
The attractive village of Castletownshend is situated on the coast about 8km from Skibbereen. The village developed around the castle, which was built in the mid 1600s by the Townshends and is the seat of the family. 
Church of Our Lady Crowned, Cork VIEW FULL LISTING
Web: www.olcmayfield.ie Email: office@olcmayfield.ie
Tel: +353 21 4551 276 Contact: Mary McCarthy
The design of the church is an open plan cone shaped building with the altar placed at the apex of the cone and the roof sloping towards the sanctuary. The church was opened for worship on June 10th, 1962. 
Church of the Ascension, Timoleague, Cork VIEW FULL LISTING
Web: Email: danielowen@eircom.net
Tel: +353 23 8833357 Contact: Daniel Owen
The Anglican Church of the Ascension which dates from the early 19th century, features gorgeous and unique wall mosaics completed over a period of 30 years. 
Church of the Descent of the Holy Spirit, Cork VIEW FULL LISTING
Web: www.dennehyscrossparish.ie Email: holyspiritparish@eircom.net
Tel: +353 21 4344452 Contact: Anne O’Riordan
The church is neo-classical in style and has a seating capacity of 1000 people. It has a magnificent Pentecost altar mosaic which was designed by the Italian artist Romeo Battistella. 
Clonakilty, West Cork VIEW FULL LISTING
Web: www.clonakilty.ie Email: udc@clonakilty.ie
Tel: +353 23 8833380 Contact: Justin England
Clonakilty often referred to by locals simply as Clon, is a small town on the N71 national secondary road in West County Cork, Ireland, approximately a 50 minute drive from Cork City. 
Cloyne, Cork VIEW FULL LISTING
Web: www.corkcoco.ie Email: cccmidleton@eircom.net
Tel: +353 21 4631554 Contact: Area Engineers Office
Cloyne, a small and ancient cathedral town, is in many ways a typical East Cork small Town, with 3 roads joining in the centre with an array of traditional shops and pubs lining the streets. 
Cobh, Cork VIEW FULL LISTING
Web: www.corkcoco.ie Email: cccmidleton@eircom.net
Tel: +353 21 4631554 Contact: Area Engineers Office
Cobh is a pretty town built on a steep hill on Great Island in Cork Harbour with the town’s architecture and streetscape distinctly Victorian. 
Cork City Gaol VIEW FULL LISTING
Web: www.corkcitygaol.com Email: corkgaol@indigo.ie
Tel: +353 21 430 5022 Contact: PR Officer
Built in the 19th Century this huge and imposing fortress sits bizarrely in the middle of well-to-do Sunday’s Well; an area of old money wealth. 
Cork City Hall VIEW FULL LISTING
Web: www.corkcity.ie Email: arts@corkcity.ie
Tel: +353 21 492 42 98 Contact: Liz Meaney – Arts Officer
The centrepiece and pride of Cork, this beautiful period building is an icon of the City and its strong, self assured aura gives a feeling of self belief to the people of the City, whether in good times or bad. 
Cork County Hall VIEW FULL LISTING
Web: www.countyhall.ie Email: ian.mcdonagh@corkcoco.ie
Tel: +353 21 434 6210 / +353 86 839 4475 Contact: Ian McDonagh (Arts Officer)
A classical 1960’s/70’s Tower Block that dominates the skyline in the West of Cork City. It attracts praise for its pleasant, modern airy feel to the inside. 
Daly’s Footbridge, Cork City VIEW FULL LISTING
Web: www.corkcity.ie Email: arts@corkcity.ie
Tel: +353 21 492 42 98 Contact: Liz Meaney – Arts Officer
Daly's bridge is a pedestrian bridge spanning the River Lee. Known locally as the Shaky Bridge, it joins Sunday's Well road on the Northside, to Fitzgerald's Park on the South. 
Doneraile Castle and Park, Cork VIEW FULL LISTING
Web: www.opw.ie Email: brian.caffrey@opw.ie
Tel: +353 87 251 5965 Contact: Office of Public Works – Brian Caffrey
The Park comprises approximately 166 hectares and is an outstanding example of an 18th century landscaped park in the 'Capability Brown' style. 
Drombeg Stone Circle, Glandore, Cork VIEW FULL LISTING
Web: www.opw.ie Email: info@opw.ie
Tel: +353 1 647 6559 Contact: Office of Public Works
Drombeg is probably Irelands most famous stone circle. Although it may not be the largest stone circle in Ireland it is set in the most magical location surrounded by low lying lush hills and views of the sea. 
Emmet Place & Surrounds, Cork City VIEW FULL LISTING
Web: www.corkcity.ie Email: arts@corkcity.ie
Tel: +353 21 492 42 98 Contact: Liz Meaney – Arts Officer
The particularly photogenic Square of Emmet Place has some lovely period buildings set around a newly refurbished granite pedestrianised area. 
English Market, Cork VIEW FULL LISTING
Web: www.corkenglishmarket.ie Email: joanne.buckley@irishestates.ie
Tel: +353 85 765 4353 Contact: Joanne Buckley, Commercial Property Manager
This is probably Cork’s greatest asset – a wonderful Victorian Indoor Market selling a bewildering array of meats, fish, fresh vegetables, fruit and local specialities (e.g. pigs trotters) and International delicacies. 
Fermoy Riverside, Cork VIEW FULL LISTING
Web: n/a Email: n/a
Tel: +353 25 31666 Contact: Area Engineers Office
Fermoy is a small town situated in the centre of the lush Blackwater Valley. It is an extremely busy Market Town set around its famous stone bridge. 
Film In Cork VIEW FULL LISTING
Web: www.filmincork.com Email: rossa@filmincork.com
Tel: +353 (0)86 306 6900 Contact: Rossa Mullin
 
Fitzgerald Park, Cork City VIEW FULL LISTING
Web: www.corkcity.ie Email: arts@corkcity.ie
Tel: +353 21 492 42 98 Contact: Liz Meaney - Arts Officer
Situated beside the Mardyke Walk near UCC and the leafy old residences of Sunday’s Well, this is a beautiful & romantic old park running along probably the prettiest stretch of the River Lee in the City. 
Fota House, Arboretum and Gardens, Cork VIEW FULL LISTING
Web: www.fotahouse.com Email: tom@irishheritagetrust.ie
Tel: 021 4815543 Contact: Tom Fannon, Property Manager
19th century period Anglo Irish country estate containing a fully refurbished Great House, out buildings, formal gardens, glass houses, a 15 acre Arboretum and pond. 
Galtee Mountains, Munster VIEW FULL LISTING
Web: www.coillte.ie Email:
Tel: +353 1 2011111 Contact:
The Galtee Mountains or Galty Mountains are a mountain range in Munster, located in Ireland's Golden Vale across parts of counties Limerick, South Tipperary and Cork. 
General Post Office, Cork City VIEW FULL LISTING
Web: www.anpost.ie Email:
Tel: +353 21 4272000 Contact:
This is a real GPO, in the British style, and is still a focal point for the people of the City, sitting right in the pedestrianised heart of the Centre. 
Glanworth Castle, Dominican Friary & Bridge, Cork VIEW FULL LISTING
Web: Email:
Tel: +353 21 4255100 Contact: Cork Tourist Information Office
For a village of its size, Glanworth preserves some remarkable monuments, the most impressive of which is the castle built by the Roches overlooking the River Funsheon. 
Grand Parade, Cork VIEW FULL LISTING
Web: www.corkcity.ie Email: arts@corkcity.ie
Tel: +353 21 492 42 98 Contact: Liz Meaney – Arts Officer
Grand Parade was designed as a showpiece for the City when it was originally built and Cork was an important shipping centre for the British Empire. 
Holy Trinity (Father Matthew) Church, Cork VIEW FULL LISTING
Web: n/a Email: seandonohoe25@gmail.com
Tel: 087 763 4176 Contact: Father Sean Donohoe
This is an elegant Regency Gothic-style church with Gothic-Revival portico, located in a prominent quay-side location in the heart of the City. 
Inch Beach, Cork VIEW FULL LISTING
Web: www.corkcoco.ie Email: cccmidleton@eircom.net
Tel: +353 21 4631554 Contact: Area Engineers Office
Confusingly marked as Ballintra on the map this is locally known as Inch Beach. Probably one of the prettiest beaches in the area it is popular with everyone from surfers to dog walkers. 
Inish Beg Estate, West Cork VIEW FULL LISTING
Web: www.inishbeg.com/ Email: bookings@inishbeg.com
Tel: +353 (0)28 21745 Contact: Georgiana and Paul Keane
Inish Beg is a beautiful private island estate in West Cork; with a stone bridge connecting Inish Beg to the mainland, a few miles from the thriving market town of Skibbereen. 
Kennedy Quay / Horgans Quay, Cork City VIEW FULL LISTING
Web: www.corkcity.ie Email: arts@corkcity.ie
Tel: +353 21 492 42 98 Contact: Liz Meaney – Arts Officer
Kennedy Quay still operates commercially and has a number of interesting features for film makers – original, unrefurbished, stone warehouses and a giant concrete flour mill. 
Kilcommer Bridge and Viaduct, Cork VIEW FULL LISTING
Web: www.corkcoco.ie Email: corkcoconorth@oceanfree.net
Tel: +353 22 21964 Contact: Senior Engineer
This is a fine example of railway architecture set in beautiful rural countryside. Disused now, it stands alone in an idyllic rural setting surrounded by mature woodland and green fields. 
Kilgobbin Castle VIEW FULL LISTING
Web: Email: mairead@kchltd.ie
Tel: 087 931 2322 Contact: Mairead Mc Carthy
Kilgobbin Castle is a well preserved tower house on the west bank of the river Bandon, a few miles from Kinsale. 
Kilmaloda Church, Clogagh, Cork VIEW FULL LISTING
Web: n/a Email: danielowen@eircom.net
Tel: +353 23 8833357 Contact: Daniel Owen
This is a classic example of a small rural Anglican Church situated in a beautiful valley near Clonakilty and the village of Clogagh. 
Kinsale Town, Cork VIEW FULL LISTING
Web: www.kinsale.ie Email: info@kinsale.ie
Tel: +353 (0)21 477 2234 Contact: Kate Howey
Even the casual visitor to Kinsale will be captivated by its beautiful setting, with the long waterfront, narrow winding streets and Compass Hill rising behind the town. 
Lapps Quay, Cork VIEW FULL LISTING
Web: www.corkcity.ie Email: arts@corkcity.ie
Tel: +353 21 492 42 98 Contact: Liz Meaney – Arts Officer
Lapps Quay is a classic example of a disused and crumbling site which was completely renovated in the 1990’s and is now the showpiece of the Cork Docks area. 
Lislee Church, Cork VIEW FULL LISTING
Web: www.courtmacsherry.ie Email: ccwclon@eircom.net
Tel: +353 23 8833347 Contact: John Conroy
This is a beautiful, if somewhat forlorn ruined Anglican Church & graveyard set in a picturesque hidden valley. 
Little Island Industrial Zone, East Cork VIEW FULL LISTING
Web: www.corkcity.ie Email: arts@corkcity.ie
Tel: +353 21 492 42 98 Contact: Liz Meaney – Arts Officer
The vast majority of Industry in Cork is a mixture of Light Engineering, Pharmaceuticals, Hi-Tec production and Services. The largest concentration of factory units is based here on Little Island. 
Lough Hyne, Cork VIEW FULL LISTING
Web: www.npws.ie Email: nationalconservation@environ.ie
Tel: +353 1 8882000 Contact:
Lough Hyne is a semi-enclosed marine lake which is a unique location. It measures just 0.8 km by 0.6 km and it is believed that the Lough was a freshwater lake up to 4000 years ago, when a rise in sea levels joined it with the sea. 
Marina Park, Cork VIEW FULL LISTING
Web: www.corkcity.ie Email: arts@corkcity.ie
Tel: +353 21 492 42 98 Contact: Liz Meaney – Arts Officer
Although only a small strip of green by the River, this park offers some nice views of the old areas of Tivoli across the water for walking scenes. 
Marino Point Industrial Site, Cork VIEW FULL LISTING
Web: www.ey.com Email:
Tel: +353 1 221 2372 Contact: Reciever: John Coulston, Ernst & Young
This is a vast, empty and dilapidated heavy engineering site, currently in receivership, which sits empty and decaying awaiting redevelopment, but because of this is a great filming location. 
Midleton, East Cork VIEW FULL LISTING
Web: www.corkcoco.ie Email: cccmidleton@eircom.net
Tel: +353 21 4631554 Contact: Area Engineers Office
The largest Town in East Cork it is a busy and thriving market Town with a long Main Street lined with some beautiful Georgian and Victorian Public Buildings plus traditional shop fronts and even the some castles. 
Millstreet Country Park, Cork VIEW FULL LISTING
Web: www.millstreetcountrypark.com Email: info@millstreetcountrypark.com
Tel: +353 29 70810 Contact: Joanie McAuliffe
This 500-acre estate has been a scenic, historical and beautiful natural attraction since the mid nineties. Over the years, it has established itself as one of the south’s major educational and eco tourism destinations. 
Mizen Head Peninsula, Cork VIEW FULL LISTING
Web: www.corkcoco.ie Email:
Tel: 028 28128 Contact: Area Engineers Office
A sparsely populated peninsula of outstanding rugged beauty, Mizen is Ireland's most southerly point and at its lonely ocean swept head stands the Mizen Head Signal Station and Visitor Centre. 
Nano Nagle Footbridge, Cork VIEW FULL LISTING
Web: www.corkcity.ie Email: arts@corkcity.ie
Tel: +353 21 492 42 98 Contact: Liz Meaney – Arts Officer
This bridge was named after Honoria “Nano” Nagle, who is one of the greatest women in Ireland. She put up schools for the poor children in Cork in 1752 and also made home for the orphanages. 
North Main Street, Cork City VIEW FULL LISTING
Web: www.corkcity.ie Email: arts@corkcity.ie
Tel: +353 21 492 42 98 Contact: Liz Meaney – Arts Officer
This lies at the heart of the old part of the City and is the main arterial street for those going to the North Side. 
Old Head of Kinsale, Cork VIEW FULL LISTING
Web: www.cil.ie Email: d.bedlow@cil.ie
Tel: +353 1 6321900 Contact: David Bedlow
The Old Head of Kinsale, (in Irish, An Seancheann) is a headland near Kinsale, County Cork, Ireland. An early lighthouse was established here in the 17th century by Robert Reading. 
Oliver Plunkett Street, Cork City VIEW FULL LISTING
Web: www.corkcity.ie Email: arts@corkcity.ie
Tel: +353 21 492 42 98 Contact: Liz Meaney – Arts Officer
Recently pedestrianised, this is the real centre of the City and unlike the ‘official’ main shopping area of Patrick St nearby it has a vibrancy and bustle that makes it very endearing as well as visually exciting. 
Parliament Bridge, Cork City VIEW FULL LISTING
Web: www.corkcity.ie Email: arts@corkcity.ie
Tel: +353 21 492 42 98 Contact: Liz Meaney – Arts Officer
This is one of the most attractive road bridges in Cork. Made out of Limestone and with a detailed parapet it is a classic example of a 19th Century bridge in the classical style. 
Parnell Bridge, Cork City VIEW FULL LISTING
Web: www.corkcity.ie Email: arts@corkcity.ie
Tel: +353 21 492 42 98 Contact: Liz Meaney – Arts Officer
An extremely busy road bridge, this is perhaps the most central of all Cork bridges. Located by the fabulous City Hall it connects the South Side to the City Centre Island. 
Patrick Street, Cork City VIEW FULL LISTING
Web: www.corkcity.ie Email: arts@corkcity.ie
Tel: +353 21 492 42 98 Contact: Liz Meaney – Arts Officer
Patrick Street is both the old & new showcase of the City in terms of Shopping. It hosts the biggest and best Department Stores, including the iconic ‘Brown Thomas’ (The Harrods of Ireland). 
Paul Street, Cork City VIEW FULL LISTING
Web: www.corkcity.ie Email: arts@corkcity.ie
Tel: +353 21 492 42 98 Contact: Liz Meaney – Arts Officer
Paul St is the centre of the funky ‘Huguenot Quarter’ of the City off Patrick St & is often the general name used to describe the network of tiny streets around here that are stuffed full of cafes, restaurants, book shops and art galleries. 
Pilmore Estuary, Cork VIEW FULL LISTING
Web: www.corkcoco.ie Email:
Tel: +353 24 92365 Contact: Area Engineers Office
Pilmore Estuary is a massive area of wet sand backed by flat windswept grass and is an ideal bird sanctuary. 
Ring Strand & Coastguard Station, Cork VIEW FULL LISTING
Web: www.corkcoco.ie Email:
Tel: +353 24 92365 Contact: Area Engineers Office
An old Victorian Coastguard Station sits on a rocky outcrop overlooking a large estuary on one side and a small rocky cove on the other. 
River Lee to Sunday’s Well, Cork VIEW FULL LISTING
Web: www.corkcity.ie Email: arts@corkcity.ie
Tel: +353 21 492 42 98 Contact: Liz Meaney – Arts Officer
Including Fitzgerald Park and the UCC Sports Grounds, this beautiful, peaceful stretch of the River Lee runs practically all the way to the City Centre from the University on the western edge of Town and is a real highlight of Cork. 
Roches Point Lighthouse, Cork VIEW FULL LISTING
Web: www.cil.ie Email: d.bedlow@cil.ie
Tel: +353 1 6321900 Contact: David Bedlow
This is a very attractive lighthouse for film makers; not only due to its great location at the entrance to Cork harbour, but also because it is easily accessible for vehicles and is very close to Cork City. 
Rosscarbery, West Cork VIEW FULL LISTING
Web: www.rosscarbery.ie Email: james.dwyer@corkcoco.ie
Tel: +353 28 21299 Contact: James Dwyer – Area Engineer
Rosscarbery is one of the few villages set around a square filled with traditional pubs, restaurants and cafes. 
Shandon Area, Cork City VIEW FULL LISTING
Web: www.corkcity.ie Email: arts@corkcity.ie
Tel: +353 21 492 42 98 Contact: Liz Meaney – Arts Officer
This is a fascinating and visually intriguing area of the City. It is one of the earliest settlements and has a labyrinth of narrow, medieval streets and alleyways running through it. 
Sheeps Head Peninsula, West Cork VIEW FULL LISTING
Web: www.corkcoco.ie Email: bcouncil@gofree.indigo.ie
Tel: +353 27 50058 Contact: Area Engineers Office
Sheeps Head, located in West Cork, Southern Ireland, is a peaceful, unspoilt peninsula which has some of the most beautiful scenery in all of Ireland. 
Sherkin Island, West Cork VIEW FULL LISTING
Web: www.sherkinisland.ie Email: sidssecretary@gmail.com
Tel: +353861601706 Contact: Maureen O Neil - Chairperson S.I.D.S
Sherkin Island (from the Irish Inis Earcáin) lies southwest of County Cork alongside other islands of Roaringwater Bay. It has an average population of 100 people, measures 3 miles long by 1.5 miles wide (5 km by 3 km). 
St Anne’s Mental Asylum, Cork VIEW FULL LISTING
Web: www.hse.ie Email: michael.murphy5@hse.ie
Tel: +353 21 492 7212 Contact: Michael Murphy + residents in flats to contact directly
This is a vast and intriguing site above the River Lee, which covers some 53 acres and comprises numerous fascinating period buildings, including two ‘Hospitals’, 4 ruined churches and a host of ancillary buildings. 
St Luke’s, Cork VIEW FULL LISTING
Web: www.corkcity.ie Email: arts@corkcity.ie
Tel: +353 21 492 42 98 Contact: Liz Meaney – Arts Officer
There are some fine examples of Victorian period houses and streets in this area which lies near to the railway station on the North East Side. 
St Peter’s & Paul’s Church, Cork City VIEW FULL LISTING
Web: n/a Email: n/a
Tel: +353 21 427 6573 Contact: Dr Patrick A. McCarthy
This church is a magnificent example of Neo-Gothic Architecture by A.W. Pugin. It was completed in 1868, replacing an earlier church built on the same site in 1786. 
St. Fin Barre's Cathedral, Cork City VIEW FULL LISTING
Web: www.stfinbarres.wordpress.com Email: cathedral@cork.anglican.org
Tel: +353 21 4963387 Contact: Dean Nigel Dunne
Saint Fin Barre’s Cathedral is situated in the centre of Cork City, Ireland. The Cathedral is suitably huge and impressive, with incredibly detailed stone figures adorning the entrance and tall spires towering upwards. 
St. Patrick’s Hill, Cork City VIEW FULL LISTING
Web: www.corkcity.ie Email: arts@corkcity.ie
Tel: +353 21 492 42 98 Contact: Liz Meaney – Arts Officer
Cork’s very own San Francisco! Built on an incredibly steep hill it has some classic views over the City, especially as it looks directly down to the main shopping Street of Patrick Street. 
The Glen, Cork City VIEW FULL LISTING
Web: www.corkcity.ie Email: arts@corkcity.ie
Tel: +353 21 492 42 98 Contact: Liz Meaney – Arts Officer
The Glen area was developed in the ‘60’s & 70’s as an ideal solution to the cramped and dilapidated inner city housing that had built up along the docks below. 
The Pines, Glanmire, Cork VIEW FULL LISTING
Web: www.corkcity.ie Email: arts@corkcity.ie
Tel: +353 21 492 42 98 Contact: Liz Meaney – Arts Officer
Large detached houses, gardens and leafy avenues make this a typical ‘des-res’ for the Noughties in Ireland. 
The Quarters, Buttevant, Cork VIEW FULL LISTING
Web: www.corkcoco.com Email: corkcoconorth@oceanfree.net
Tel: +353 22 21964 Contact: Senior Engineer
A most unusual location for rural Ireland, the Quarters is two original Victorian red brick streets of the Industrial Revolution period, much like those found in Manchester. 
The South Mall, Cork City VIEW FULL LISTING
Web: www.corkcity.ie Email: arts@corkcity.ie
Tel: +353 21 492 42 98 Contact: Liz Meaney – Arts Officer
Grandiose Georgian Office blocks line the wide, planned street defining the Southern end of the city centre on the Island. 
Timoleague, West Cork VIEW FULL LISTING
Web: www.timoleague.ie Email: ccwclon@eircom.net
Tel: +353 23 8833347 Contact: John Conroy
Timoleague is a picturesque village which is situated just 30 miles from Cork City. Perched at the edge of a long sea inlet this friendly tourist village is dominated by the ruins of a 13th century abbey. 
Union & Morrison’s Quays, Cork City VIEW FULL LISTING
Web: www.corkcity.ie Email: arts@corkcity.ie
Tel: +353 21 492 42 98 Contact: Liz Meaney – Arts Officer
Located on the South Channel of the River Lee which runs through the heart of the City, it is a fine example of the old style City docks that once were the beating heart of Cork. 
Water Pumping Station/Lifetime Lab, Cork VIEW FULL LISTING
Web: www.corkcity.ie Email: lifetimelab@corkcity.ie
Tel: +353 21 494 1500 Contact: Cork City Council (owner)
This is a fantastic restored Victorian Water Works, complete with red brick buildings, a giant chimney and, almost uniquely, it still has the original steam powered machinery intact! 
Weir Park, Cork VIEW FULL LISTING
Web: www.corkcity.ie Email: arts@corkcity.ie
Tel: +353 21 492 42 98 Contact: Liz Meaney – Arts Officer
This is a long, thin strip of old Parkland running by the River Lee and the Carrigrohane Road near Cork County Hall and the UCC Sports Grounds. 
Whitegate Oil Refinery, Cork VIEW FULL LISTING
Web: www.conocophillips.com Email: n/a
Tel: 021 462 2200 Contact: The Manager
Whitegate refinery near Cork is the Country's only Oil refinery. 
Youghal, Cork VIEW FULL LISTING
Web: www.corkcoco.com Email:
Tel: +353 24 92365 Contact: Area Engineers Office
Youghal’s most distinctive feature is the Tower & Gate which spans the Main Street – a very unusual period feature which almost dominates the Town Centre. 
The Full A-Z
Albert Quay / Kennedy Quay, Cork City
Ballybranagan Strand, Cork
Ballycotton, East Cork
Ballyhoura Region, Cork
Baltimore, West Cork
Bantry, West Cork
Batchelors Quay, Cork City
Belvelly Great Island, Cork
Bishop Lucey Park, Cork
Blackrock Castle and Observatory, Cork
Blackwater Castle, Cork
Blarney Castle and Gardens, Cork
Bridgetown Priory, Cork
Cape Clear, West Cork
Castletownshend, West Cork
Church of Our Lady Crowned, Cork
Church of the Ascension, Timoleague, Cork
Church of the Descent of the Holy Spirit, Cork
Clonakilty, West Cork
Cloyne, Cork
Cobh, Cork
Cork City Gaol
Cork City Hall
Cork County Hall
Daly’s Footbridge, Cork City
Doneraile Castle and Park, Cork
Drombeg Stone Circle, Glandore, Cork
Emmet Place & Surrounds, Cork City
English Market, Cork
Fermoy Riverside, Cork
Film In Cork
Firkin Crane/Butter Market, Cork City
Fitzgerald Park, Cork City
Fota House, Arboretum and Gardens, Cork
Galtee Mountains, Munster
General Post Office, Cork City
Glanworth Castle, Dominican Friary & Bridge, Cork
Grand Parade, Cork
Holy Trinity (Father Matthew) Church, Cork
Inch Beach, Cork
Inish Beg Estate, West Cork
Kennedy Quay / Horgans Quay, Cork City
Kilcommer Bridge and Viaduct, Cork
Kilgobbin Castle
Kilmaloda Church, Clogagh, Cork
Kinsale Town, Cork
Lapps Quay, Cork
Lislee Church, Cork
Little Island Industrial Zone, East Cork
Lough Hyne, Cork
Marina Park, Cork
Marino Point Industrial Site, Cork
Midleton, East Cork
Millstreet Country Park, Cork
Mizen Head
Mizen Head Peninsula, Cork
Nano Nagle Footbridge, Cork
North Main Street, Cork City
Old Head of Kinsale, Cork
Oliver Plunkett Street, Cork City
Parliament Bridge, Cork City
Parnell Bridge, Cork City
Patrick Street, Cork City
Paul Street, Cork City
Pilmore Estuary, Cork
Ring Strand & Coastguard Station, Cork
River Lee to Sunday’s Well, Cork
Roches Point Lighthouse, Cork
Rosscarbery, West Cork
Shandon Area, Cork City
Sheeps Head Peninsula, West Cork
Sherkin Island, West Cork
St Anne’s Mental Asylum, Cork
St Luke’s, Cork
St Peter’s & Paul’s Church, Cork City
St. Fin Barre's Cathedral, Cork City
St. Patrick’s Hill, Cork City
The Glen, Cork City
The Pines, Glanmire, Cork
The Quarters, Buttevant, Cork
The South Mall, Cork City
Timoleague, West Cork
Union & Morrison’s Quays, Cork City
Water Pumping Station/Lifetime Lab, Cork
Weir Park, Cork
Whitegate Oil Refinery, Cork
Youghal, Cork


 
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