Part of the history central to the area and the troubles in the north of Ireland. There are many memorials and some incredible murals depicting both the area and Peace ambassadors. Don’t miss It
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This is so much more than a wall painted with a slogan. To fully appreciate the memorial, I suggest visiting the Museum of Free Derry first. Throughout the year, the facade changes slightly, but the message remains the same.
When in Derry and seeing the murals, this is a definite stop to pay your respects. The entire area is best seen with a tour guide who can explain all the in-depth details of politics and religion.
This really stands out, to say the least, and it puts things in perspective, along with all the murals. I saw it when driving around, trying to find the road to the upper walled town. It reminds one that Ireland isn't all fantastic scenery, pubs,...More
It is exactly as you see in the photo, nothing more and nothing less. But combined with the other murals nearby it's interesting as well as being an important part of history.
This was the real starting point of the narrated tour we took with Bogside History Tours. Bloody Sunday began here and the tale of how it unfolded thereafter evoked strong emotions within us.
This memorial is an absolute must and quite moving. It is a reminder of the really rough times of the past that lead to innocent deaths.
The memorial and surrounding murals tells the story of the Troubles in Northern Ireland. It will help you understand if you visit the Free Derry Museum.