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Shots of the old medieval quarter of Cork City.

Taken by Broadsheet contributor Mike McGrath-Bryan over the weekend.

Sez Mike:

An area laid waste by recent business closures but ignored by gentrification, the Old Town area of the city has long possessed its own character. Though urgent economic assistance is needed for the area, she continues to show a resilience – typical of Corkonians in general.

A real character shines through, while the intervention of community group Reimagine Cork has given the place a touch of colour, with a DIY feel.

Reimagine Cork