Cobh is an Irish seaside town.
Cobh, Ireland (pronounced Cove) is a lovely historical town, the perfect place to wander the historical Irish streets on the seaside. Cobh is known as RMS Titanic's last port of call. However, this beautiful Irish seaside town has much more to offer. We love the Victorian architecture and the colorful old fishing boats in Cork harbor. The town is built on a steep hill featuring the impressive St. Colman's Cathedral that dominates the town skyline.
The old red boat's hull jumps off the page revealing endless signs of wear and tear of the decades of fishing the waters of Ireland.
This wall art picture features an old fishing trawler in the Irish harbor. The red textured hull of the ancient ship jumps off the page and makes the viewer explore the texture and endless signs of wear and tear of the decades of fishing the waters of Ireland. Unfortunately, the fisherman's livelihood has been threatened by the EU fishing policy since Brexit.
Old weathered boats like this one will slowly disappear and, with it, part of the historical feel of this Irish town.