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October 25, 2005

Mural in Belfast

Filed under: — laurenzb @ 7:45 pm


now that the “troubles” are (mostly) over, the Belfast murals are mainly a tourist attraction, visited by bus and taxi tours.

There are many modern political references, however, and even paintings by non-Irish underground organisations such as the ETA…

One Response to “Mural in Belfast”

  1. Enda McLarnon Says:

    An interesting photograph and thanks for this. I think there are about 12 different tours you can take to see these murals. A lot of the murals are starting to disappear because the Government have a social fund from the EU to encourage locals to tidy up their areas and make them more friendly. I don’t think they will all disappear but I have already noticed quite a few painted over or changed to more neutral style of murals.

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