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    • 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...


    • 1988
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    • Mural painting and decoration; Catholic Church; Catholic
    • Catholic mural, Upper Meadow Street/New Lodge Road, New Lodge, North Belfast, 1988. Mural depicts Catholic imagery - Lamb of God, Cross, Holy Spirit in the form of a dove; local children.


    • 2002
    • 2003
    • Republican; Memorials
    • Falls Garden of Remembrance; memorial to Volunteers of 'D' Company, 2nd Battalion, Belfast Brigade, Oglaigh na hEireann; inscription left: 'This monument was erected by the Falls Cultural Society on behalf of the residents of the Falls Road...


    • 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.


    • 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.


    • 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...


    • 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...


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


    • 2010
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    • Graffiti; Non-aligned;
    • Graffiti, Islandbawn St, Beechmount, West Belfast. 'Smash the Fascism' 'Diversity Unity' 'Smash the Racist Oi!' 'Nazis Out'; Red Star; Hammer and Sickle; UTH (Up the Hoods).


    • 2010
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    • Graffiti; Sinn Féin; Republican
    • Graffiti, Islandbawn St., Beechmount, West Belfast. Graffiti originally read 'No Votes for Sinn Féin Traitors' - altered to read 'Vote for Sinn Féin'.


    • 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).


    • 1989
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    • Graffiti; Peace line
    • Graffiti, Peace Line, Lower Shankill, West Belfast, 1989. Graffiti here is mixed - 'UVF' - Ulster Volunteer Force; 'NF' (National Front - a British fascist organisation); 'UTH' - Up the Hibernians, pro-Nationalist slogan; 'ANF' - anti-National...


    • 1989
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    • Mural painting and decoration; Great Britain. Army; Graffiti
    • Graffiti, Springhill Avenue, Ballymurphy, West Belfast, 1989. British soldiers, from regiment stationed in area at the time - 2nd Royal Anglian - graffiti on wall in staunchly Republican area.


    • 2010
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    • Graffiti; Non-aligned
    • Graffiti, St James Park, St James, West Belfast. 'Fear is used to control you'.


    • 2010
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    • Graffiti; Sectarianism; Fianna Éireann
    • Graffiti, Street Sign, Rockmount St., St James, West Belfast. 'Reject Sectarianism Join Fianna Éireann' (Republican Youth Organisation).


    • 1983
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    • Graffiti; Non-aligned; Republican
    • Graffiti, Unity Flats, Belfast City Centre, 1983. Background from left: 'IRA'; 'Smash H-Block'; 'Brits Out'; 'Unity Skins'; 'Unity Skinheads'.


    • 1983
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    • Graffiti; Non-aligned
    • Graffiti, Unity Flats, Belfast City Centre, 1983. Centre-left, background, 'Celtic' (Celtic Football Club in Glasgow is the team which Northern Irish Catholics traditionally follow); local graffiti.


    • 1983
    •  
    • Graffiti; Non-aligned
    • Graffiti, Unity Flats, Belfast City Centre, 1983. Centre-left, background, symbol of Anti-Nazi League, anti-Fascist organisation in Britain in the 1970s and 80s; centre right, illegible/incomplete - '?We Are the Enemy... Nazi'.

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