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Washington Street (Irish: Sráid Washington) is a street in Cork city, Ireland. Built in 1824, it runs from the old medieval town centre onto the western marshes. It was originally named "Great George's Street" in honour of King George III. In 1918, the people of Cork renamed it as a tribute to George Washington. The street itself links the Western Road and Lancaster Quay with the Grand Parade. Larger buildings on Washington Street include Cork Courthouse (1828) and St Augustine's Catholic Church (1942). Washington Street has a number of bars, nightclubs, and restaurants located on the street.

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  • Washington Street, Cork
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  • Is sráid suite i gCathair Chorcaí í Sráid Washington.
  • Washington Street (Irish: Sráid Washington) is a street in Cork city, Ireland. Built in 1824, it runs from the old medieval town centre onto the western marshes. It was originally named "Great George's Street" in honour of King George III. In 1918, the people of Cork renamed it as a tribute to George Washington. The street itself links the Western Road and Lancaster Quay with the Grand Parade. Larger buildings on Washington Street include Cork Courthouse (1828) and St Augustine's Catholic Church (1942). Washington Street has a number of bars, nightclubs, and restaurants located on the street.
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  • Washington Street
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  • The courthouse on Washington Street
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  • Is sráid suite i gCathair Chorcaí í Sráid Washington.
  • Washington Street (Irish: Sráid Washington) is a street in Cork city, Ireland. Built in 1824, it runs from the old medieval town centre onto the western marshes. It was originally named "Great George's Street" in honour of King George III. In 1918, the people of Cork renamed it as a tribute to George Washington. The street itself links the Western Road and Lancaster Quay with the Grand Parade. Larger buildings on Washington Street include Cork Courthouse (1828) and St Augustine's Catholic Church (1942). Washington Street has a number of bars, nightclubs, and restaurants located on the street.
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