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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.


    • 2004
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    • Arches; Loyalist; Flags; Emblems
    • Loyalist street arch, Shankill Road, 2004. Depiction of Battle of Somme, First World War, 1st July 1916, '36th Ulster Division'. To left, emblem of Ulster Volunteer Force, 'For God and Ulster', with list of WW1 battles; to right, emblem of Young...


    • 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
    • 2010
    • Flags; Loyalist; Unionist
    • Union Jack and Israeli flag, The Fountain, Derry.


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


    • 2010
    • 2010
    • Gaelic language; Irish language; Street signs
    • Gaelic street sign, Deeny Drive, Lurgan, Northern Ireland. 'Oifig an Phoist' (Post Office).


    • 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...

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