The ship sailed into the port of Cobh and the gateway to Cork. The first thing that strikes you in the port are all the houses to brighten up the day.
Looking from the port to the cathedral, the houses seem all stacked in rows so that everyone can have a water view.
Taking the bus into Cork, there are more churches than you can count. This one is the Cathedral of St. Fin Barre, who founded a monastery in Cork and is regarded as the first bishop of Cork. It's old.
Inside the cathedral has a "stacked" pipe organ. I don't think I've ever seen one like this before.
Outside the usual cemetery. The markers are too old to read.
One of the harbors as you enter into the area. The ship was too far away for me to get a good zoom.