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Cóbh

(kəʊv)
n
(Placename) a port in S Republic of Ireland, in SE Co Cork: port of call for Atlantic liners. Pop: 9811 (2002). Former name (1849–1922): Queenstown

Cóbh

(koʊv)

n.
a seaport in S Republic of Ireland: port for Cork. 6586. Formerly, Queenstown.
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It started for me as a little girl running through the streets of Cobh, walking to school and back every day.
The 19th and early 20th century were a time of emigration to the new world, and Irish passengers embarking at Cobh formed a substantial part of the two-and-a-half million emigrants Cunard carried across the Atlantic when ships stopped there en route from Liverpool to North America.
The port authority intends to substantially raise the amount of cruise liner visits to Cork in the next five years and wants to concentrate all berthing in Cobh, rather than have some liners docked in Ringaskiddy.
Olsen Cruise Lines for such wonderful hospitality to the 'Cobh Animation Team' on board the Balmoral in Cobh last Friday.
Just three years later, with war raging in Europe, Cobh witnessed another maritime disaster.
2 Ronnie Fenton replied if the Corkman ever moved for such huge money Cobh would be looked after.
The 32-year-old Republic of Ireland international has confirmed that he will play in United's pre- season friendly against Cobh at Turners Cross in Cork on July 17.
Cobh Tourism chairman Hendrick Verwey said: "This statue captures the spirt and determination of Sonia and also celebrates her achievements over a long and glittering career.
The pounds 500,000 eaterie will be themed on the Belfast-built ship which took on 126 passengers at Cobh, near Cork, of whom 40 survived.
Tonight they go to non-league Cobh Wanderers at St Colman's Park and Adams said: "Those wins were most welcome but they don't mean a jot for this game.
He used that cash to help fulfil a dream - restoring the old Cunard/White Star Line building in Cobh Harbour which was being used as a dole office.
Having suffered their first defeat in seven outings when losing last week to Wexford, Cobh boss Stephen Henderson has backed his young charges to bounce back on what will be their longest away trip of the campaign.