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Took a stroll along to find the memorial commemorating the loss of life on Bloody Sunday . I would say I was a bit disappointed in the care taken of the memorial . There was a lot of weeds and scutch grass around the place...More
You should read about and experience this yourself - basically: On Sunday 30th January 1972, 13 people were killed and 15 people wounded after members of the Army's Parachute Regiment opened fire on civil rights demonstrators in this predominantly Catholic part of Londonderry. The whole...More
This monument in the Republican community of Derry is a sobering reminded of an awful day in 1972. On "bloody Sunday" 28 unarmed citizens lost their lives. May renewed hope and genuine peace come to the all the people of Derry/Londonderry.
I took a self-guided tour of the Bogside murals with the deliberate intention of seeing the Bloody Sunday Memorial. The memorial sits across the street from the murals, so you might need to look for it if you don't have a map that specifically calls...More
The Bloody Sunday Memorial was one of the first things I sought out when i visited Derry It is an easy walk onto the Bogside from tbe city walls and is located right beside the Free Derry Corner, H Block Memorial and IRA Memorial. All...More