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  • All fields: Belfast
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    • 2004
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    • Advertising; Gaelic language; Irish language; Nationalist
    • Street advertisements in Gaelic/Irish language, Iveagh Parade, Falls Road, West Belfast, 2004. One of the more unexpected results of the Troubles has been the revival of the Gaeilge/Irish language in Northern Ireland, particularly West Belfast.


    • 2002
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    • Flags; Great Britain; Israel
    • Flags on the Shankill Road, West Belfast. From left, the Northern Irish flag (Red Cross on white background, Red hand of Ulster centre, with Union Jack, top left corner; Union Jacks; Israeli flag - some Loyalists identify with Israel's position as...


    • 2010
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    • Flags; Soccer
    • Flags, St. James Rd., West Belfast. Flags for teams in World Cup 2010.


    • 2011
    • 2011
    • Gaelic language; Street signs
    • Gaelic street sign, Hawthorn Street, Falls, West Belfast, 2011. 'The Hawthorn Bar "An Teach Beag"' (The Little House); 'Béar & Eischeadúnas; Fáilte' (Beer and Off-licence; Welcome'. 'RUC Tout' graffiti.


    • 2009; 2010
    • 2010
    • Gaelic language; Street signs; Irish language
    • Gaelic street sign, Divis Street, West Belfast. Advertising for local apartments in Gaelic and English.


    • 2010
    • 2010
    • Gaelic language; Street signs; Irish language
    • Gaelic street sign, Upper Meadow St., New Lodge, North Belfast, 2010. 'Lárionad Óige an Lóiste Úir[.] New Lodge Youth Club'.


    • 2010
    • 2010
    • Gaelic language; Street signs; Irish language
    • Gaelic street sign, Upper Meadow St., New Lodge, North Belfast, 2010. 'Sráid an mhίodúin uachtair[.] Upper Meadow Street'.


    • 2010
    • 2010
    • Gaelic language; Street signs; Irish language
    • Gaelic street sign, New Lodge Rd., New Lodge, Belfast, 2010. Bóthar an Lóiste úir[.] New Lodge Road'.


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    • 2010
    • Gaelic language; Street signs; Irish language
    • Gaelic street sign, Hawthorn St., Falls, West Belfast. 'Sraid na Sceice' (Hawthorn St.).


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    • 2010
    • Gaelic language; Street signs; Irish language
    • Gaelic street sign, Beehive Pub/An Choirceog Bheach, Falls Rd., West Belfast.


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    • 2010
    • Gaelic language; Street signs; Irish language
    • Gaelic street sign, Red Devil Pub/An Diabhal Dearg, Falls Rd./Broadway, West Belfast.


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    • 2010
    • Gaelic language; Street signs; Irish language
    • Gaelic street sign, Off-licence, Red Devil Pub/An Diabhal Dearg, Falls Rd./Broadway, West Belfast. Beer, Wine and Spirits.


    • 2010
    • 2010
    • Gaelic language; Street signs; Nationalist; Non-aligned; Irish language
    • Street sign, Broadway/Falls Rd., West Belfast. Advertising Irish language education and taxi service.


    • 2006
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    • Gaelic language; Street signs; Republican; Nationalist; Irish language
    • Street sign, Beechmount Avenue, Beechmount, West Belfast. 'RPG Avenue' street sign; Street sign in Gaelic 'Ascaill Ard na bhFeá' (Beechmount Avenue).


    • 2010
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    • Graffiti;
    • Graffiti, Beechmount Parade, Beechmount, West Belfast. Graffiti whitewashed; part of unofficial but authorised 'clean-up' of graffiti.


    • 2008
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    • Graffiti; Continuity Irish Republican Army; Republican
    • Graffiti, Iveagh Street, Broadway, West Belfast, 2008. Graffiti in support of 'CIRA' (Continuity IRA).


    • 1981
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    • Graffiti; Great Britain. Army
    • Graffiti painted by British soldiers, Divis flats, West Belfast, 1981. 'Brits Rule Divis M INLA PIRA are Bent'. 'Bent' here may mean corrupt but is more likely to be homophobic. Divis flats, the highest point in West Belfast, was used by the...


    • 1989
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    • Graffiti; Great Britain. Army; Irish Republican Army; Irish National Liberation Army
    • British Army graffiti, Divis Flats, Divis, West Belfast, 1989. British soldiers' graffiti on wall in Divis Flats complex; 'Brits Rule Divis M INLA PIRA are Bent' (homophobic insult). The British Army maintained an observation and communications...


    • 2010
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    • Graffiti; Irish Republican Army
    • Republican Graffiti, Rockmount St., St James, West Belfast. 'IRA Rule Whiterock'; various local graffiti.


    • 1989
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    • Graffiti; Loyalist; Peace line
    • Loyalist graffiti, Peace Line, Lower Shankill, West Belfast, 1989. 'UVF' - Ulster Volunteer Force; 'FTP' - Fuck the Pope; 'Fuck Taigs' - Taig is derogatory reference to Catholic; 'Fuck IRA UDA Rules UVF'. The Peace Lines are mostly made of brick...

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