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  • All fields: 1999
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    • 1997
    • 1999
    • Nationalist; Mural painting and decoration
    • Nationalist mural, Rossville Street, Derry. 'Bloody Sunday', painted by The Bogside Artists.


    • 1999
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    • Mural painting and decoration; Republican; New Lodge; Children
    • Republican mural, New Lodge Road, New lodge, Belfast, 1999. One of two murals comparing New Lodge in the 1900s and 2000. This mural depicts, on left, linen mills, Belfast's main industry, with woman worker, children playing round gaslamp; centre -...


    • 1999
    •  
    • Mural painting and decoration; Republican; New Lodge; Children
    • Republican mural, New Lodge Road, New lodge, Belfast, 1999. One of two murals comparing New Lodge in the 1900s and 2000. This mural depicts - from left - mills in background; woman working in low-paid job in burger outlet; black taxi; teenagers...


    • 1999
    • 2010
    • Republican; Nationalist; Mural painting and decoration
    • Republican/Nationalist mural, New Lodge Road, New Lodge, Belfast, 1999. One of two murals comparing New Lodge in the 1900s and 2000. This mural depicts, on left, linen mills, Belfast's main industry, with woman worker, children playing round gas...


    • 1999
    •  
    • Mural painting and decoration; Republican; Prisoners
    • Republican mural, corner Donegall Rd/St James Crescent, West Belfast. Mural features lark trapped in barbed wire, with keys, green ribbon (associated with campaigns in support of Republican prisoners). with 'Saoirse' (Freedom).


    • 1999
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    • Mural painting and decoration; Republican; Patten Report; Royal Ulster Constabulary; Police Service of Northern Ireland
    • Republican mural, Falls Road, West Belfast, 2001. Depicts two helmeted police officers, one from disbanded RUC (Royal Ulster Constabulary), the other PSNI (Police Service of Northern Ireland). "Spot the difference. Answer: There is none!" The 1999...


    • 1999
    • 2006
    • Loyalist; Mural painting and decoration
    • Loyalist mural, Lord St., East Belfast, 1999. Free Our Prisoners. Some Gave All, All Gave Some. Ulster Freedom Fighters'. Manacled hands; Ulster and UDA flags over outline of Northern Ireland with Maze prison watchtower.


    • 1999
    •  
    • Mural painting and decoration; Republican; Famines
    • Republican mural, Whiterock Road, Ballymurphy, 1999. Mural depicts the Famine which took place between 1845-9, in the year of the 150th anniversary. Figure of woman with child begging at bottom, to the left and right: children scavenging in the...


    • 1999
    • 2006
    • Unionist; Loyalist; Mural painting and decoration
    • Unionist/ Loyalist mural, Templemore St., East Belfast, 1999. Ulster-Scots mural; Ulster and Scottish flags; map of Scotland and Ulster; '4000 Years of Ulster-Scots History and Heritage. Ulster & Scotland, Shared Language, Shared Literature, Shared...


    • 1999
    • 2010
    • Nationalist; Republican; Mural painting and decoration
    • Nationalist/Republican mural, New Lodge Road, New Lodge, Belfast, 1999. One of two murals comparing New Lodge in the 1900s and 2000. This mural depicts, on left, linen mills, Belfast's main industry, with woman worker, children playing round...


    • 1999
    • 2010
    • Nationalist; Republican; Mural painting and decoration
    • Nationalist/Republican mural, New Lodge Road, New Lodge, Belfast, 1999. One of two murals comparing New Lodge in the 1900s and 2000. This mural depicts - from left - mills in background; woman working in low-paid job in burger outlet; black taxi;...


    • 1999
    • 2006
    • Non-aligned; Mural painting and decoration
    • Non-aligned mural, Dunlewey St./Falls Rd., West Belfast. Mural advocates justice for children.


    • 1999
    •  
    • Mural painting and decoration; Republican; Prisoners
    • Republican mural, St James Crescent/Donegall Road, West Belfast. Green ribbons were used as a symbol of the Republican prison campaign; names of Republican prisoners (from the local area) beneath each ribbon. Celtic emblems and graffiti.


    • 1999
    • 2002
    • Loyalist; Mural painting and decoration
    • Loyalist mural, Boyne Court/Sandy Row, South Belfast, 1999. Mural depicts three paramilitary loyalists, with UFF and UDA insignia. 'In proud memory of our fallen comrades, we forget them not. At the going down of the Sun, and in the morning, we...


    • 1999
    •  
    • Memorials; Finucane, Patrick; Republican; Nationalist; Human rights; Gaelic language; Street signs; Collusion; Irish language
    • Republican memorial, Beechmount Drive, Beechmount, West Belfast. Memorial to Pat Finucane, lawyer, assassinated by Loyalist paramilitaries 1989; allegations of Security Force collusion in the murder. Portrait of Finucane; 'Human Rights Activist/...


    • 1999
    •  
    • Memorials; Finucane, Patrick; Republican; Nationalist; Human rights; Street signs; Collusion
    • Republican memorial, Beechmount Drive, Beechmount, West Belfast. Memorial to Pat Finucane, lawyer, assassinated by Loyalist paramilitaries 1989; allegations of Security Force collusion in the murder. Portrait of Finucane; 'Human Rights Activist[.]...


    • 1999
    •  
    • Mural painting and decoration; Republican; prisoners
    • Republican mural, corner Donegall Rd/St James Crescent, West Belfast. Mural features lark trapped in barbed wire, with keys, green ribbon (associated with campaigns in support of Republican prisoners). with 'Saoirse' (Freedom).


    • 1999
    • 2008
    • Loyalist; Mural painting and decoration
    • Loyalist mural, Glenwood St., West Belfast, 1999. Red Hand Commando insignia; Red Hand of Ulster with wings, with eagles on either side; most notable feature of this mural is the Gaelic used - lower right - 'Lamh Dearg Abu' (literally, victory to...


    • 1999
    •  
    • Mural painting and decoration; Republican; Prisoners
    • Republican mural, St James Crescent/Donegall Road, West Belfast. Green ribbons were used as a symbol of the Republican prison campaign; names of Republican prisoners (from the local area) beneath each ribbon. Celtic emblems and graffiti.


    • 1999
    • 2010
    • Loyalist; Mural painting and decoration
    • Loyalist mural, Carrington St., East Belfast, 1999/not known. 'Ulster Volunteer Force'; two paramilitary figures with UVF flags. Mural originally painted in 1999, re-painted (unknown).

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