Taoiseach Mícheál Martin Is At City Hall This Afternoon To Officially Open A New 1920 Centenary Exhibition
The former Lord Mayor of Cork visited the Cork Public Museum as well
Here he opened the exhibition "Suffering the Most - The Life and Times of Tomás Mac Curtain and Terence MacSwiney", which tells the story of the Cork City's first two Republican Lord Mayors, set against the backdrop of the local and national events of the War of Independence.
He then paid a visit to the Lord Mayor at City Hall before proceeding to view the "Cork 1920 - The Burning of a City" exhibit in St. Peter's on North Main Street.
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