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Peace Walls

Peace Walls

Peace Walls divide Belfast to keep people at peace, yet they only grow higher and more numerous.

Peace Messages

Peace Messages

People from around the world come to write words of peace, wisdom, and love to the city on the walls in hopes that they can find peace.

Bloody Sunday Banner

Bloody Sunday Banner

In Derry, the 2011 group visited the Bloody Sunday Museum. This is a civil rights banner which was used in the aftermath to cover a victim of Blood Sunday.

Pub Life

Pub Life

There is plenty of live music in the Pubs of NI, where the bands sit at tables among the people and play.

The 'Great Escape'

The 'Great Escape'

The 2011 group met with Bick McFarland who gave insight to the republican side of the conflict and the 'Great Escape' a prison outbreak.

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Students will travel to Belfast, Ballycastle and Derry with visits to Northern Ireland Assembly, Linenhall Library, Belfast City Hall, the Bloody Sunday museum and the Apprentice Boys of Derry.

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