The Irish Republic's second largest city is a surprisingly appealing place - you'll find time passes effortlessly during the day, and by night the pub scene is lively. The town center is uniquely situated on an island between two channels of the Lee River.
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Cork is among the drier places in Ireland. Its location on the south coast also makes it one of the brightest, with sunshine hours ranging from an average of two daily in winter to six in summer. Snowfalls are rare.
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