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Cork County Hall
A classical 1960’s/70’s Tower Block that dominates the skyline in the West of the City, County Hall was a concrete monolith that attracted a fair amount of criticism for its architecture and lack of aesthetics until it was completely revamped recently. Now it has attracted some praise and has a pleasant, modern airy feel to it inside. The outside has improved immensely too, but there’s no getting away from the fact that it’s a giant Tower block in an otherwise low lying City. Outdone for the title of the tallest building in the County by the new Elysian Tower, it still has amazing views right across the City.
All permissions to film come through here, so it’s a good chance to check out the views when you’re there!
Address: Cork County Hall, Carrigrohane Road, Cork
Region: Cork City
Architectural / Streets