Cork County Tartan
Irish Gaelic: Contae Chorcai
Badge: A ship at sea between two towers built on rocky ground.
Latin Motto: Static bene fida carinis (a harbour safe for ships)
A southern Irish County called "the rebel county" due to it stormy political past particularly in the Elizabethan and Cromwellian eras.
Choose from one of the Cork County Tartans listed below
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