Jurys in Cork
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Jurys in Cork

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very interesting building in cork, wahington street near jurys hotel triangle shape

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A: St.Fin Barre's Cathedral

by Mariusz Kalinowski, 320 meters away

The patron saint of Cork, St. Fin Barre, gives his name to this cathedral.According to tradition, he ...

St.Fin Barre's Cathedral

B: bmx

by Krzysztof Jurczak, 440 meters away

bmx skatepark


C: skatepark

by Krzysztof Jurczak, 440 meters away

skatepark, ollie


D: TK Max exhibition cork

by Mariusz Kalinowski, 690 meters away

 Polish Culture Festival Cork 2010 The Cornmarket Centre (TK MAXX) 23 october Photographic exhibition...

TK Max exhibition cork

E: wall st. protest break

by Mariusz Kalinowski, 700 meters away

wall st. protest break

F: Wall Street Protest in Cork

by Mariusz Kalinowski, 720 meters away

The group is protesting about the humancost of economic policies and "corporate greed".They are part ...

Wall Street Protest in Cork

G: wall street protest

by Mariusz Kalinowski, 720 meters away

The group is protesting about the humancost of economic policies and "corporate greed".They are part ...

wall street protest

H: ice cream in cork

by Mariusz Kalinowski, 800 meters away

Welcome to the 2010 Cork Midsummer Festival. This year sees an action-packed festival with 16 days an...

ice cream in cork

I: The Dominicans

by Mariusz Kalinowski, 880 meters away

This church was dedicated in 1839 and had the portico added in 1861. The architect Kearn Deane, deliv...

The Dominicans

J: Cow Up A Tree

by Mariusz Kalinowski, 900 meters away

Autorem rzeźby jest John Kelly. Krowa była pokazywana w Paryżu,Hadze i ostatnio w Melbourn. W Cork bę...

Cow Up A Tree

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