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West Cork Literary Festival 2011 Jun 22 West Cork in southwest Ireland boasts some of the country’s most breathtaking scenery, and it also hosts one of the most prestigious literary festivals in the UK and Ireland—the West Cork Literary Festival, which will take place between Sunday 3 July and Saturday 9 July this year. This y ... 2011 Cork Midsummer Festival May 26 Perhaps you didn’t know that the inhabitants of Cork have a distinct accent, one that sets them apart from other Irish. The tone to their accent tends to be more high-pitched than the standard Irish accent, and the English spoken in Cork has many dialect words that are peculiar to the city and ... St Patrick's Day Cork 2011 Mar 02 Residents and visitors alike are set to celebrate St. Patrick's Day 2011 in Cork, Ireland, with a variety of city-wide festivities and attractions planned for the days of March 17th through the 20th. This event provides visitors an opportunity to explore Cork's rich history and enjoy its traditional ... Ballincollig Winter Music Festival Cork January 2011 Jan 07 Ballincollig is located 8km west of Cork city and is best known as the location of the Ballincollig Royal Gunpowders Mills, which was originally established in 1794 to supply gunpowder to the British Empire. This small satellite town is now also host to the Ballincollig Winter Music Festival, which ... Gigs in Cork November and December 2010 Nov 10 Cork is the second largest city in the Republic of Ireland, and the third largest city on the Irish isle. Cork is known for rebelliousness, earning Cork County the nickname, Rebel County. Cork is an important Irish cultural center. Because of this, it draws many artistic performances including live ...
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