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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_Cork

Cork, located on Ireland's south coast, is its second largest city within the Republic of Ireland after Dublin and the third largest on the island of Ireland after Dublin and Belfast. Cork City is the largest city in the province of Munster. Its history dates back to the 6th century.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cork_(city)

Cork is a university city in south-west Ireland, in the province of Munster, which had a population of 125,622 in 2016. The city is situated on the River Lee which splits into two channels at the western end and divide the city centre into islands. They reconverge at the eastern end where the quays and ...

www.corkpastandpresent.ie/history/historyofcorkcity

It is older than many more famous European cities. This section of the website attempts to trace the changing fortunes of the city and its development from its origins to the modern era. Click on the menu at left to read articles written by Kieran Burke of Cork City Libraries on different eras of Cork history. Grand Parade 1830 ...

www.corkcity.ie/aboutcork/historyofcork

History of Cork. Grand Parade Cork is an old city, one of the oldest of all Irish cities. Indeed, it is older than many more famous European cities. It is older, for instance, than Berlin. This section of the website attempts to trace the changing fortunes of the city and its development from its origins to the modern era. We wish to ...

irishwalledtownsnetwork.ie/page/cork/cork-info

Cork City is one of the oldest cities in Ireland and has a rich archaeological record. Discover the city's truly interesting past with our handy overview.

www.historyireland.com/vikings/viking-cork

Cork experienced first recorded encounter with the Vikings in 820, when its great monastery was attacked yet the annals record only three for raids.

www.corkrecords.com

THE HISTORICAL JOURNAL OF THE COUNTY AND CITY OF CORK. A freely available online Journal of articles submitted by historians and genealogists on all aspects of the history of the people of Cork.

www.localhistories.org/cork.html

According to tradition Cork was founded by St Finnbarre in the 7th century. He built an abbey there. Its name comes from the Gaelic Corcaigh, which means marshy place. For centuries the abbey at Cork flourished and it was famous for learning. However in 820 the Vikings raided the abbey and the settlement nearby .

www.askaboutireland.ie/reading-room/digital-book-collection/digital-books-by-county/cork-county-1/cusack-a-history-of-the-c

A History of the City and County of Cork by Mary Francis Cusack (1832-1899), also known as Sister Francis Clare, was published in 1875. Cusack, a Catholic convert and founder of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Peace, was a prolific author and Irish nationalist. In this work she provides a highly detailed social, political, ...