No, Cork city is a major city in Co.Cork in the Republic of Ireland, not Northern Ireland.
No. Cork is in the Republic of Ireland.
Cork is in the south of Ireland
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Republic of Ireland: Dublin City - 506,500 Cork City - 198,000 Northern Ireland: Belfast - 267,500 Derry - 90,663
Ireland is not named the city of Cork. Ireland is a country, which has a capital city called Dublin. Cork city is the major city in the Irish county of Cork.
Dublin is the capital and largest city. Cork is the largest city in the south of Ireland and main city in the province of Munster. Belfast is the largest city in Northern Ireland.
no its to the very south of ireland
Ireland does not have postal codes. Such a letter could be addressed like this: Mr Joe Bloggs 1 Main Street Cork Ireland The city council's address is: Cork City Council City Hall Cork Ireland If you have a street or area within the city, it should be included: Cork City Fire Department, Central Fire Station, Anglesea Street, Cork, Ireland. Cork University Hospital, Wilton, Cork, Ireland For towns outside the city of Cork, but in the county, you would have "County Cork" or "Co. Cork" instead of Cork. The Castle Hotel and Leisure Centre Main Street, Macroom, Co. Cork Ireland
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Yes. Cork is the name of the largest county in Ireland. It is also the name of the second city of Ireland, which is in county Cork.
Waterford City - after Dublin, Cork & Limerick Cities. Some would argue that Belfast is the 2nd largest city in Ireland thus making Limerick the 4th city in Ireland but that is incorrect. As Belfast is in Northern Ireland, a seperate "entity" to Ireland the 4 largest cities in Ireland are as above Dublin, Cork, Limerick & Waterford