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Bus Stop at Saint Patrick's Street in Cork - Ireland
Ireland

Saint Patrick's street is the most important shopping street in Cork, Ireland. After his redevelopment in 2004, it has twice won the award of Ireland's best shopping street.

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Uploaded: 19/09/2012
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Tags: road; street; market; ireland; night; bus; stop; shopping
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