I count days when I come back to Poland. In the meantime I decided to go to the St Anne’s Church which is recommended by every Irish person.
St Anne’s Church was built in 1722 and it’s the oldest church in continuous use in Cork City. The christening font dated 1629 was rescued from the original church which was destroyed in 1690.
The clocks were known as the ' four facet liar' and show different time on each face during the hour. The clock machinery weights 2 tonnes and it is one of the largest caged clocks in Europe.
There are 132 steps and the tower is 120 feet (36,6m) high where I had a great view for all the Cork City. At the top of the tower is 'de goldie fish' in the shape of a salomon which represents fishing on the River Lee.
On first floor I could ring the 18 th Century Church Bells.
All I have to do was pulling the ropes.
I realized that I’m a quite good musician 😉
It was so exited because each person in Cork City could hear my song.
Songs are provided. I chose, of course, a Polish song. You don’t belive which one!