Cork – drugie co do wielkości miasto Irlandii, leżące przy ujściu rzeki Lee do Morza Celtyckiego. Ośrodek administracyjny hrabstwa Cork i największe miasto prowincji Munster.
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Wonderful weekend in Cork
The city's cognomen of "the rebel city" originates in its support for the Yorkist cause during the English War of the Roses.
About Cork / Corcaigh
There were 119,230 people present in Cork at the time of the 2011 census, of these 117,221 indicated that they were usually present in Cork.
Cork is an important educational centre in Ireland. Wonderful place!
Plans to build a Luas-type light rail system in the city have been put on hold due to 2008 Irish economic crisis, and sufficient funding is not expected to be available until at least 2017.
There are a variety of watersports in Cork, including rowing and sailing. There are five rowing clubs training on the river Lee.
Many of the city's buildings are in the Georgian style, although there are a number of examples of modern landmark structures.
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