The Restoration of the Cathedral at Cobh, formerly Queenstown, is recognised by the European Heritage as well as the Irish Heritage programmes. The architecture of Pugin and Ashlin is seen here in splendid detail. The Cathedral is in everyday use for worship and prayer. It accommodates the celebration of all liturgy as envisaged by the revised rites of the Catholic Church. The Cathedral contains the largest Carillon in Ireland with 47 bells.

The restoration programme is supported by the charitable donations of the people of the parish of Cobh and of the diocese of Cloyne as well as by business and private sponsorship.

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