Loyalist mural, The Fountain, Derry. Plaque on site of mural/graffiti - 'Bobby Jackson Memorial'. Bobby Jackson was a Loyalist muralist working in the 1920s.
Murals; Republicans; Commemoration; Bloody Sunday
Republican mural, Rossville St., Derry, 1981. Memorial on site to the 14 civilians killed by British Paratroops on Bloody Sunday, 30th January 1972. Crucifix over 'Murdered by Paratroopers 30th Jan 1972'.
Republicans; Nationalist; Non-Aligned; Murals
Republican nationalist non-aligned murals, Divis Street, West Belfast. This site - sometimes known as 'the international wall' - has become famous for the changing collection of murals addressing politics and history in Ireland and beyond.
Republican murals, Westland St./Blucher St., Derry. Mural on left is memorial to 1st Battalion, Derry Brigade, IRA. Mural on right commemorates Hunger Strikers. Plaque in middle belongs to former mural on this site.
Republican mural, Hawthorn St., Falls, West Belfast. Mural depicts the funeral of IRA volunteers killed on active service in Gibraltar by British forces (1988). Mural repaced previous mural on same site.
Non-aligned, Beechview Park, Whiterock, West Belfast. Former site of Whiterock Army Base (closed 1999).
Nationalist mural, Rossville St., Derry. Mural. Advertisement for setthetruthfree.org, a site for Bloody Sunday campaigners.
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