Originally referred to as Queenstown for many decades, the pleasant town of Cobh (cove) of Cork was an embarking point for hungry and penniless Irish men and women heading toward America during the Famine years of 1844-1848. The top of the town is crowned by St. Coleman's Cathedral with a carillon of 47 bells. Situated on Cork Harbor, with the largest vessels in the area, the town also offers up memories of the famous Titanic—with Queenstown her last port of call before she went down. Other attractions are the Fota Wildlife Park, the Cobh Heritage Center, the historical Naval Vesel Roisin, and the other two islands of Little Island and Fota.
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