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The murals on the Bogside are a highlight of any visit to Derry in my opinion. This one is one of the finest, depicting many of the famous public figures who led the civil rights movement during the troubles, John Hume being particularly prominent at...More
This is another of the murals in Bogside that help share some snippets of history with the public. This painting captures key figures in a civil rights march that occurred in the area during the times of the Troubles. Seeing these murals is a sobering...More
The "Civil Rights" mural in the Bogside -- showing a black and white image of protesters with signs displaying slogans such as "Jobs Not Creed" & "One Man One Vote" -- displays a the marches during the Troubles in the 1960's. Looking at this mural...More