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Cork's Main Drag

Pedestrian-friendly St. Patrick's Street--"Pana," as the locals call it--marks an old tidal channel of the River Lee, and today serves as Cork's major shopping thoroughfare.

Majorly redeveloped in the 2000s and flush with big department stores, the avenue still wears some of its history plain to see: Check out the St. Patrick's Bridge, for example, and the rather brooding statue of the 19th-century teetotalism advocate Father Mathew. Whether you come to shop or simply to soak up the people-watching and the ambience, you haven't experienced Cork till you've strolled St. Patrick's Street.

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