Exploring Cork's Architectural TreasuresWalks can talk. Long after historical figures have passed on, buildings remain to tell the story of a city. These beautifully illustrated walks through Cork's architecture include clear maps, expert insights and intriguing historical details that will make you see the city in a whole new light.
Learn about Ireland's tallest building, the hotel where Michael Collins spent his last night and landmarks like the English Market and the old Beamish & Crawford brewery. The trails also open up outlying attractions like Fota House and Blarney Castle, as well as the seaside towns of Cobh and Kinsale.
Did you know?
- The clock on St Anne's Church in Shandon was built so poor people could take their medicines at the right time.
- The kink in the spire of Trinity Presbyterian Church is said to have been made deliberately by workers in a wage dispute.
- South Main Street residents used to complain about the heads displayed on spikes in front of South Gate Gaol being blown up the street on windy days.
|Subtitle||Exploring Cork's Architectural Treasures|
|Authors||Gregory and Audrey Bracken|
|Publisher||The Collins Press|
|Release Date||April 2018|
|Map Details||10 Street Maps|
|Printed Pages||185 Pages|
|Size||19.7cm x 12.8cm x 1.1cm|
Cork Strolls | Exploring Cork's Architectural Treasures
- Company: Collins Press
- Product Code: CP-CRKSTRLS-01
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