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My first time visiting Free Derry was a beautiful one. First thing you see is the countless murals and graffiti letting you know it's still a Irish Republican stronghold and rightly so. The place is very compact and tight quarters but another reason why I...More
Having seen this place countless times TV news, it was amazing to actually stand there and think on how times have changed, hopefully for the better. Strange to think that there are lots of tours taking tourists around the area where once it was a...More
I had seen this wall painted statement many times over the years when the news about the troubles was on television. Thankfully those dark days have gone which allows us with English accents to visit nationalist areas that was not appropriate when I was in...More
I walked down from the Cathedral to free Derry Corner. I was fascinated by the Sign that said Free Derry Corner. There is a school nearby and children were walking home. I was impressed by the muriels especially the one of the school girl dressed...More
This was the most interesting thing I saw in Londonderry. I didn’t know the history very well but luckily there are signs there that tell you the whole story behind the wall. The area around the monument has a lot of houses with murals. It’s...More
I visited the corner alone (no guide) on the day that I got to spend in Londonderry (as a stop to the American Ulster Park (nearby) I walked around the Free Derry Corner (and in Free Derry) and this is when I truly understood the...More
This is more than a slogan painted on a wall. The Free Derry Corner is a reminder of how divisive the troubles were, with how deeply people held their convictions and how divided Northern Ireland became as a result.