Unionist/Loyalist mural, North Boundary Street, Lower Shankill, West Belfast. Mural represents the first disputed march at Drumcree (Orange Lodge July 12th march along Garvaghy Road from Drumcree to Portadown was opposed by local nationalist...
Republican memorial, Cappagh Rd., Cappagh, Tyrone. Memorial commemorates the Republican dead of the local area along with the 1981 Hunger Strikers.
Republican mural, Ballymurphy Road, 2002. Republican woman wearing Cumann na mBan uniform, holding armalite rifle, other volunteers marching with flags of Irish provinces in background. Six portraits of women (one 14 year old girl); from top right,...
Republican mural, Artana St., Lower Ormeau, Belfast, 2002. Mural refers to contentious Orange marches at Drumcree and along Lower Ormeau Rd. 'Stand off! Trade Off!'; Orange marcher with baseball bat over protestor with placard. Two small posters...
Loyalist mural, Spier's Place, Shankill Road, West Belfast, 2002. Along with the image next to it, this mural is unusual amongst Loyalist representations in that it depicts a woman. Here the woman is masked and armed, defending the land and her...
Murals; Loyalist; Ulster Young Militants; Emblems; Banners; Flags
Loyalist Arch, North Queen Street, Belfast, 2000. Ulster Young Militants emblem - tiger with rifles, centre (area is Tigers Bay) along with flags of Scotland, Wales, England and Northern Ireland; far left, Ulster Volunteer Force insignia; far...
Nationalist mural, Kinallen St., Ave., Lower Ormeau, Belfast, 2006. 'Tar Liom I Mo Dhiaidh' (Come along with me). Multicoloured figures in circle dancing.
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