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Affectionately known as 'Pana' by generations of Corkonians, it is Cork's main street and the heart of the city. This history takes us from its beginning in the 1780s to the present day. Copiously illustrated with maps, plans and photographs, and packed with interesting snippets of information, this book is for all with an interest in Cork city.
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'Fascinating ... his research is impressive and revealing' Irish Examiner 'Expertly illustrates the interdependency between St Patrick Street and the people who made it what it is ... beautifully recreated by The Collins Press' Evening Echo 'Atmospheric and generous photography adds enormously' The Irish TimesAbout the Author:
Antoin O Callaghan, a native of Cork City, is master's graduate in history of University College Cork. A production engineer, he works for RTE, the national broadcaster. He is currently reading for his PhD.
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Book Description Collins Pr, 2011. Hardcover. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P111848890575
Book Description Collins Pr, 2011. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1848890575