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A well presented and poignant presentation of the events leading up to the Irish struggle for independence. All the significant events of 100 years ago are clearly documented around the walls of this former church, with the main and the minor protagonists remembered.
Ian O, Marketing Manager at St. Peter's Cork, responded to this review
Thank you for the positive review.
We are very pleased to hear you enjoyed the exhibition.
A deconsecrated church located on what was once the heart of medieval Cork - hence the name of the street being North Main Street.
This church completed in late 18th century on site of an earlier church still has some evidence of its history -...More
Well, if you're in Cork, and would like to know more about the 1916 Easter Rising, there is an excellent presentation in the old St. Peter's Church on North Main Street. This covers the political background, the events (before, during and after), the key people...More