Once in Cork, be prepared for the fact that you will often have to walk on the bridge. The third largest city in Ireland was once an island; Now it stretches along both banks of the River Lee, and under some busy streets flow channels. If you want to get to know this southern port, situated on a hill, it is best to walk along the route of the tour: by Saint Fin Barre's Cathedral and the quadrangular building of the Irish National University by the river, and then up the hill to red and white church of St. Anne. Along the way you meet a lot of talkative residents.
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