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    • 2010
    • Republican; Street signs
    • Republican street sign, Newry Rd., outside Crossmaglen, S. Armagh.


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    • 2010
    • Non-aligned; Street signs
    • Non-aligned street sign, Rockview St., The Village, South Belfast, 2010. 'South Belfast Malecare' - Local Community Men's Health Centre, with attendant graffiti.


    • 2008
    • 2010
    • Nationalist; Mural painting and decoration
    • Nationalist mural, Umgola Rd./Drumarg Park, Armagh, 2008. Community mural depicts scene from local history. 'Drumarg Community Assoc Oisin 08'.


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    • 2010
    • Nationalist; Street signs
    • Nationalist street sign, Pomeroy Rd., Dungannon. Sign celebrating 125 years of the Gaelic Athletic Association.


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    • 2010
    • Republican; Mural painting and decoration; Street signs
    • Republican mural/street sign, Falls Rd., Andersonstown, West Belfast, 2001. Mural and name of Felons Club; 'The Felons Cumann na Méirleach Poblachtach Eireannach' (Irish Republican Felons Association); depiction of round tower against sunburst with...


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    • 2010
    • Street signs; Nationalist
    • Nationalist street sign, Cavendish St., Falls, West Belfast. Post box painted nationalist green.


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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
    • Republican; Street signs
    • Republican street sign, Falls Rd., West Belfast. The sign is the name of a pub - more publican than Republican.


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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
    • Nationalist; Street signs
    • Nationalist street sign, Glenfada Park/Rossville St., Derry, scene of a number of the killings on Bloody Sunday.


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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.


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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
    • Republican; Street signs
    • Republican street sign, B30, Silverbridge, S. Armagh. 'IRA' in Irish tricolours.


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    • 2010
    • Nationalist; Street Signs
    • Celtic Bar, Stanleys Walk, Derry. Derry City and Glasgow Celtic insignia.


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    • 2010
    • Nationalist; Street signs
    • Nationalist street sign, Falls Rd., West Belfast. Post box outside Sinn Fein offices painted green.


    • 1989
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    • Street signs; Nationalist; Gaelic language; Irish language
    • Republican street sign, Rockdale Street, Falls Road, West Belfast, 1989. 'Rockdale St. Sraid Dhaile na Carraige'; Gaelic and English street name. Gaelic language revival in Northern Ireland began in West Belfast.


    • 1989
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    • Street Signs; Republican; Sinn Féin
    • Republican street signs, Falls Road, West Belfast, 1989. Posters advertising Troops Out march, August 1989 (anniversary of internment commemoration), speaker SF President Gerry Adams; 'Sasain Amach' (Gaelic- Brits Out). Map of Ireland - 'Censored';...


    • 1989
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    • Street Signs; Unionist; July 12th; Memorials
    • Unionist arch, Percy Place, Lower Shankill, West Belfast, 1989. Lower left and right, Northern Ireland and Scotland flags; upper left and right, Union Jack and Northern Irish flag; centre: Union Jack with image of King William at Battle of Boyne,...


    • 1989
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    • Street Signs; Republican
    • Republican street sign, Beechmount Avenue, Falls Road, West Belfast, 1989. Original street sign replaced by 'RPG Avenue'; Rocket Propelled Grenade attack was launched from this street on British forces.


    • 1989
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    • Street signs; Great Britain. Army; Royal Ulster Constabulary
    • Gates to Belfast City Centre, Belfast 1989. 'Support law & order/ The Security Forces Regret the Inconvenience Caused by These Barriers/ Unfortunately They are Essential for Public Safety and to Assist in the Defeat of Terrorism'. Graffiti: 'Gippo...

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