A grandiose neo-Gothic building in Cobh, County Cork, St Colman’s Cathedral took 47 years to build and finally opened in 1911. Its spire stands 100m tall and the tower houses 42 bells, comprising the largest carillon in Ireland.
Located along the sea in County Cork, the town of Cobh is home to the impressive St Colman’s Cathedral. Built in the neo-Gothic style over the course of 47 years, the cathedral finally opened in 1911. Its structure features a 100m-high spire and a tower that contains a 42-bell carillon, the largest in Ireland.
Today, the cathedral continues to hold religious services and often hosts recitals featuring choirs from around the world.