The history of murals in the North of Ireland
Prison murals, Northern Ireland
Wall Murals Elsewhere
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Republican Murals 1990s
1990. Whiterock Road, Belfast
Native American, US flag, buffalo skull, lark, thunderbird; ‘Our struggle, your struggle’
1991. Whiterock Road, Belfast
Signatories of 1916 proclamation, plus Countess Markievicz, phoenix, starry plough, sunburst. 'Who fears to speak of Easter week. Eiri amach na Casca, 1916-1991'
1992. Ballymurphy Road, Belfast
IRA man, UFW member, James Connolly and Zapata; ‘They may kill the revolutionary …’
1993. Rossville Street, Derry
‘Give them that screaming feeling; vote Sinn Fein’
1994. Ardoyne Avenue, Belfast
British troops on road to England. 'Slan abhaile. 25 years time to go'
1995. Whiterock Road, Belfast
1996. Hawthorn Street, Belfast
Four armed members of Cumann na mBan, portraits of Winnie Carney and Nora Connolly, chorus of song, ‘Women of Cumann na mBan’
1997. Dromara Street, Belfast
RUC man with ‘SS’ on sleeve points to map indicating approved Orange route over Catholic lying on ground; blindfolded Mo Mowlam washes her hands.
1998. Shiels Street, Belfast
Che Guevara, Irish prisoners reading Guevara book, Irish dancer, Cuban singer, Irish and Cuban flags.
1999. Ardoyne Avenue, Belfast
Portraits of Pat Finucane and Rosemary Nelson, RUC men in Orange sashes. ‘Disband the RUC. We demand the truth. International investigation into the deaths of Pat Finucane and Rosemary Nelson.’
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