Routen IrlandCork
Fluss Lee (Nordkanal)

Cork, Irland

Fluss Lee (Nordkanal)

Länge2.3 km
Routen Details
Fluss Lee (Nordkanal) ist eine 2.3 km (3.500-stufige) Route in der Nähe von Cork, Irland. Diese Route hat einen Höhenunterschied von ca. 0 m und wird mit beginner bewertet. Weitere Routen dieser Art findest du in der Pacer-App.

Bishop Lucey Park

Bishop Lucey Park is a public park located between Grand Parade and South Main Street in the centre of Cork in Ireland. It is one of few green spaces in the city centre and among the largest. It is often erroneously known as "The Peace Park" by locals, although this name actually refers to the area next to the River Lee at the junction of Grand Parade and South Mall where the National Monument, and the memorials to World War I and the Hiroshima and Nagasaki bombings are located.

Crawford Art Gallery

The Crawford Art Gallery (Irish: Áiléar Crawford) is a public art gallery and museum in the city of Cork, Ireland. Known informally as the Crawford, it was designated a 'National Cultural Institution' in 2006. It is "dedicated to the visual arts, both historic and contemporary", and welcomed 265,438 visitors in 2019.

Cork (city)

Cork (; Irish: Corcaigh, pronounced [ˈkoɾkɪɟ], from corcach, meaning "marsh") is the second largest city in Ireland. Located in the south-west of Ireland, in the province of Munster, since an extension to the city's boundary in 2019, its population is c.210,000.The city centre is an island positioned between two channels of the River Lee which meet downstream at the eastern end of the city centre, where the quays and docks along the river lead outwards towards Lough Mahon and Cork Harbour, one of the largest natural harbours in the world.

Cork Opera House

Cork Opera House is a theatre and opera house in Cork in the Republic of Ireland.

Cork Courthouse

Cork Courthouse (Irish: Teach Cúirte Chorcaí) is a judicial facility in Washington Street, Cork, County Cork, Ireland.

Cork College of Commerce

Cork College of Commerce is a college that was established in December 1908 in Cork, Ireland. Originally named the "School of Commerce and Domestic Science".

Parnell Place Bus Station

Parnell Place Bus Station is the principal bus station in Cork, Ireland, for Expressway and Regional services operated by Bus Éireann, InterCity services operated by GoBé, and international services operated by Eurolines.Historically, all regional bus services to or from Cork City used Parnell Place bus station, but in recent years a number of services to nearby towns such as Ballincollig, Crosshaven, Carrigaline and Passage West have started using on street bus stops due to capacity constraints.

RTÉ Radio Cork

RTÉ Radio Cork, also known as RTÉ Cork Local Radio and Cork 89FM, was a local radio station in the Republic of Ireland serving Cork City.The FM signal spilled into Ballincollig and Carrigaline, but the rest of County Cork had to rely on the medium wave signal.It was shut down in 2000.

South Mall, Cork

South Mall (Irish: An Meall Theas), is one of the main streets of Cork city, Ireland. It runs from Grand Parade in the west to Parnell Place in the east. Like Grand Parade and St. Patrick's Street, it is built over what was once a channel of the River Lee.

Grand Parade, Cork

Grand Parade is one of the main streets of Cork city, Ireland. It runs from South Mall in the south to St. Patrick's Street/Daunt Square in the north, with intersections with Oliver Plunkett Street, Tuckey Street, Washington Street, Augustine Street and a number of pedestrian-only lanes in between. The Irish name of the street, Sráid an Chapaill Bhuí ("Yellow Horse Street"), comes from a time when there was a statue of King George II on horse-back at the junction with South Mall.
Routen Details


2.3 km


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