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“History in Derry is incredible”

Bloody Sunday Memorial
Ranked #12 of 142 things to do in Derry
Certificate of Excellence
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Reviewed May 16, 2013

This memorial, set amid the many moving murals of The Troubles, should not be missed. Viewing the Memorial helps to understand the years of turmoil, fighting and division in Northern Ireland. Don't miss it!

Thank Rebelliot
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Reviewed April 29, 2013

The memorial and the murals are well done and provide insight into the history of 'The Troubles' in Derry and Northern Ireland.

Thank EllenW512
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Reviewed April 18, 2013

A great peice of history right here and a must see. It is also surrounded by all the Bloody Sunday Murals and the free derry sign, which are a must see if your in Derry. You haven't seen Derry until you've seen this part of town.

Thank NomadicNatalie
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Reviewed March 15, 2013

Brings it all home - the tragedy and the recency of events. Thank goodness this day has passed and change occurred as a result of it.

Thank DiscoverAndEnjoy
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Reviewed March 14, 2013

Very interesting to see the story behind the beginning of the "troubles" and how it affected the community. Taking the "black taxi tour' in Belfast later in the day helped tell the rest of the story and was enlightening.

Thank awandererx10
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