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Cork and Southwest Ireland Insight Pocket GuideCork and Southwest Ireland Insight Pocket Guide (Insight Pocket Guides) Insight Pocket Guide to Cork is an itinerary-based guide focusing on the best things to see and do, picked by our local correspondents. The Cork Guide is ideal for visitors new to a destination and perhaps pressed for time. To help visitors follow the routes easily, the books include full size pull-out maps. Detailed routes have been designed to cover each destination's highlights. To aid understanding of a destination, its history and culture are described in a nutshell. There is also full coverage of shopping, eating out and nightlife plus a listings section covering hotels, climate, money, getting around and useful addresses. Tour Cork.

Tracing Your Cork AncestorsGuide to Tracing Your Cork Ancestors For anyone with Cork Ancestors this book is a must because of its clear focus on a specific county and references to local materials. This book also has value for those still seeking a place of origin in Ireland because the descriptions are very clear on how and why the records were created and how they can be used.

A Year in West CorkA Place Near Heaven: A Year in West Cork Tour Cork. West Cork is a magical place. We Irish know this, as do the international celebrities who have been attracted by its beauty and security. The countryside has remained unspoiled and the people unaffected. A Place Near Heaven is the story of a calendar year in West Cork, told in month-by-month observations of the natural world. Tranquil and beautifully written, it is a book in the finest tradition of writing on rural life and the natural world. In tracing the course of a full year, from January to December, Damien Enright captures the special atmosphere of the world in which he has chosen to live and which he loves with such obvious passion. A paragraph at random: 'Yesterday, after the weekend of half light, the weather changed again and it was a beautiful, flashing day, as sharp as Siberia but, down by the south-facing sea, as warm as Spain. Backed into a sunny corner, I again watched the kittiwakes dance over the whitecaps. Sprats, birds and seals were still at Coolbawn strand. Television wildlife, for all its joys, cannot compare with the reality.' Damien Enright's writing has drawn praise from Alice Taylor, Aidan Higgins, Tim Severin and Dick Warner, among others. A Place Near Heaven will establish him in the very first rank of Irish nature writers.

CorkCork 365: A Day-by-day Miscellany of Cork History This is a collection of historic, fascinating, quirky and often humorous happenings in Cork city and its hinterland down through the centuries. Set out in diary form from 1 January to 31 December, with one item per page, readers can dip in and out of the book. Seán Beecher reveals the facts behind a myriad of subjects detailing why, when and where things came to be in the city. Each day commemorates a significant marker in Cork history. Tour Cork .

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