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    • 2010
    • Non-aligned; Graffiti
    • Non-aligned graffiti, Harrogate St., Falls, West Belfast. 'IBRF' refers to a local group of 'hoods'; the acronym is unclear.


    • 2010
    • 2010
    • Republican; Graffiti
    • Republican graffiti, Iris Link, Twinbrook, 2010. 'CIRA Scum; Join your local O.N.H [Oglaigh na hÉireann] unit; RIRA 2 PSNI 0' (refers to killings of two police officers by RIRA).


    • 2009
    • 2010
    • Non-aligned; Mural painting and decoration
    • Non-aligned mural, Cultra St., Tigers Bay, North Belfast, 2009. 'Midland Boxing Club'; mural refers to local boxing club.


    • 2009
    • 2010
    • Republican; Mural painting and decoration
    • Republican mural, Divis Street, West Belfast. Advertisement for Coiste (Irish Republican Prisoners Organisation) political tours of West Belfast. The image on the mural refers to an incident in which Ian Paisley led an attack on a Sinn Fein office...


    • 2008
    • 2010
    • Loyalist; Graffiti
    • Loyalist graffiti, Shore Rd./Mount Vernon Estate, North Belfast, 2008. 'H.E.T Forget the Past Peace was Delivered'. 'H.E.T' refers to the Historical Enquiries Team, set up in September 2005 to investigate the 3,269 unsolved murders committed during...


    • 2006
    • 2010
    • Loyalist; Mural painting and decoration; Graffiti
    • Loyalist mural, The Fountain, Derry.Londonderry [Loyalists Still Under Siege] Says No To Derry. The mural refers to a legal case whose purpose was to change the official name of the city (from Londonderry to Derry)


    • 2003
    • 2006
    • Loyalist; Mural painting and decoration
    • Loyalist mural, Linfield Rd./Sandy Row, South Belfast, 2003. Mural stands at northern entrance to Sandy Row and refers to mural at Free Derry Corner. 'You Are Now Entering Loyalist Sandy Row. Heartland of South Belfast Ulster Freedom Fighters Quis...


    • 2002
    • 2006
    • Republican; Mural painting and decoration
    • 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...


    • 2002
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    • Mural painting and decoration; Graffiti; Republican; Political links; Hunger strikes; Turkey
    • Republican mural and graffiti, Beechmount Avenue, West Belfast, 2002. Mural expressing solidarity with Hunger Strikers in Turkey protesting against prison conditions. Graffiti 'Honour Ireland's Dead Wear an Easter Lily', painted in green, white and...


    • 2001
    • 2010
    • Republican; Mural painting and decoration
    • Republican mural, Newry Rd., Crossmaglen, S.Armagh. 'Built by Robots, Flown by Dummies, Taken out by 2nd Batt. Barrack Busters'; mural refers to 1994 IRA mortar attack on British Army helicopter at the barracks in Crossmaglen.


    • 1989
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    • Mural painting and decoration; Loyalist; Ulster Volunteer Force
    • Loyalist mural, Ohio Street, Shankill, West Belfast, 1989. Mural shows UVF volunteers with assault rifle and RPG-7 rocket launcher; '"The New Era" UVF Active Service Unit Ardoyne 89'; 'The New Era' refers to the re-armament of loyalist groups in...


    • 1989
    •  
    • Mural painting and decoration; Loyalist; Ulster Volunteer Force
    • Loyalist mural, Ohio Street, Shankill, West Belfast, 1989. Mural shows UVF volunteers with assault rifle and RPG-7 rocket launcher; '"The New Era" UVF Active Service Unit Ardoyne 89'; 'The New Era' refers to the re-armament of loyalist groups in...


    • 1989
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    • Mural painting and decoration; Republican; Graffiti; Irish Republican Army
    • Republican graffiti, New Lodge Road, New Lodge, Belfast, 1989. Graffiti 'IRA NLR (New Lodge Road) Tour '89' (underneath is old graffiti - 'You are Now in Provo Land'); IRA 'Tour' refers to IRA attacks in Europe in 1989.


    • 1989
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    • Mural painting and decoration; Republican; Graffiti; Irish Republican Army
    • Republican graffiti, New Lodge Road, New Lodge, Belfast, 1989. Graffiti 'IRA NLR (New Lodge Road) Tour '89' (underneath is old graffiti - 'You are Now in Provo Land'); IRA 'Tour' refers to IRA attacks in Europe in 1989.


    • 1989
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    • Graffiti; Republican; Irish Republican Army
    • Republican graffiti, Roumania Rise, Lower Falls/Divis, West Belfast, 1989. Graffiti refers to IRA killing of 6 British Army soldiers in bombing of minibus after Charity run in Lisburn, N.I.


    • 1989
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    • Graffiti; Republican; Irish Republican Army
    • Republican graffiti, Conway Street, Falls, West Belfast, 1989. Graffiti refers to IRA mortar attack on Newry Police Station in 1985 in which 9 police officers were killed.


    • 1989
    •  
    • Mural painting and decoration; Republican; Gaelic language; Irish language
    • Republican mural, Lower Falls, West Belfast, 1989. 'Fiche Blian - ar Aghaidh Chun Bua/ Twenty Years - Onward to Victory'. 20 years refers to the start of the Troubles in 1969.


    • 1989
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    • Mural painting and decoration; Nationalist; Republican; Derry (Northern Ireland)
    • Nationalist/Republican mural, Bogside, Derry, 1989. Mural refers to debate over naming of the city of Londonderry (the Unionist name) as Derry (the Nationalist name - Doire is the name in Gaelic); the local council re-named the city Derry in 1984...


    • 1988
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    • Graffiti; Loyalist; Stone, Michael, 1955-; Milltown Cemetery
    • Loyalist graffiti, Village/Southlink, South Belfast, 1988. Graffiti refers to actions of Michael Stone, a Loyalist paramilitary who attacked Sinn Féin funeral of IRA Volunteers killed in Gibraltar at Milltown Cemetery in 1988; Stone killed three...


    • 1988
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    • Mural painting and decoration; Republican; Prisoners
    • Republican mural, New Lodge Road, New Lodge, North Belfast, 1988. Mural refers to IRA Volunteer Joe Doherty (a native of New Lodge). Doherty was imprisoned for the killing of a British soldier and escaped from Crumlin Road Jail in 1981; arrested in...

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