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Titanic legacy still lingers in tiny Irish town

COBH, Ireland — This tiny Irish town was the last port of call for the Titanic on its infamous maiden voyage. This week, it’s preparing to commemorate 100 years since the ship docked in the town. The month-long festival has drawn visitors from around the world, but sad memories remain — and serve as a reminder of Cobh’s present-day economic woes.
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