Republican mural, Lenadoon Avenue, Andersonstown, West Belfast, 1981. 'Welcome to Provo Land' (addressed to British soldiers - 'Provo' is short for Provisional IRA).
Graffiti; Republicans; War Zone
Republican graffiti, Broadway/Falls, West Belfast, 1989. British Army documents referred to this area as 'War Zone "C"'; the graffiti is an ironic welcome to the soldiers.
Murals; Republicans; Graffiti; IRA
Republican graffiti, Lower Falls Rd., West Belfast, 1989. Graffiti addressed to British soldiers - placed at bottom of Falls Rd, ironic juxtaposition with advert for Harp Lager above ('Some Guys Have All the Luck'): 'Welcome to West Belfast. Provo...
Murals; Republicans; Nationalist; Gaelic games
Republican/Nationalist mural, Flax Street, Ardoyne, North Belfast, 1994. Mural depicts traditional Gaelic games, from left, Hurling, Gaelic Football, Camogie (Women's Hurling). 'Failte go dti Ardeoin (Welcome to Ardoyne) Gaelic Games Part of our Is...
Loyalist mural, Cultra Street/North Queen Street, Belfast, 2000.. Representation of tiger (the area is Tigers Bay), flanked by two masked and armed loyalist figures; flags of Nothern Ireland and UDA, with additional Northern Irish flag and Union...
Loyalist mural, Hemp St./Lower Newtownards Rd., East Belfast, 2002. 'East Belfast Protestant Boys. For God and Ulster'; EBPB crest; flags of the 14th Battalion Royal Irish Rifles and the UVF, East Belfast, Regiment.
Non-Aligned; Loyalist; Murals
Non-aligned/Loyalist mural, Ravenhill St., East Belfast, 2004. 'The Ulster Connection RFC'; Rangers footballer in first kit; plaques with names of Ulster players for Rangers: 'J. Macauley. 1910-1911. App.1 Goals 0. B. Manderson. 1915 – 1927. App....
Non-aligned mural, Lord St., East Belfast, 2005. 'Welcome 2 Lord St'
Non-Aligned; Nationalist; Murals
Non-aligned/ Nationalist mural, Mountpottinger Rd., Short Strand, East Belfast, 2005. Mural on security gates at end of Mountpottinger Rd (reverse - viewed from Bridge End). Welcome to Short Strand. 'Fáilte go Trá Ghearr'.
Non-Aligned; Street Sign
Non-aligned street sign, Beechmount Pass, Falls, West Belfast. 'Welcome to Beechmount Community Project'.
Non-aligned mural, City Way, Sandy Row, South Belfast, 2006. 'Welcome to Sandy Row'.
Loyalist mural, Linfield Road, Sandy Row, South Belfast, 2009. 'Welcome to Loyalist Linfield Road 2009' 'Celebrating Our Culture 1690' with Union Jack and Northern Irish flag imposed on map of Northern Ireland.
Non-aligned/ Loyalist mural, Sandy Row, South Belfast, 2010. 'Welcome to Sandy Row' with map of Northern Ireland, and bollards painted Unionist red, white and blue.
Loyalist; Street Sign
Loyalist street sign, The Mount, East Belfast, 2010. 'Rising Sons Flute Band East Belfast Loyalists Welcome'.
Street signs; Gaelic language; Nationalist; Non-Aligned;
Street sign in Gaelic, Falls Road/Nansen St, West Belfast. West Belfast Tourism Office, 'Fáilte Feirste Thiar' (Welcome to West Belfast) 'Promoting West Belfast Tourism', 'www.visitwestbelfast.com'. Local graffiti.
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