It's definitely worth walkthrough Falls Road, it's neighbourhood and to take a look at Shankill Road
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Having seen the Troubles on TV from day one and reading about the period it was good to visit a site where events took place. Much redevelopment has been done and a visit may not be to everyone's taste but well worthwhile. The murals are...More
In this, the Catholic area many of the murals are of Republicans such as Bobby Sands and even Nelson Mandela. There's nothing attractive about this or the Protestant Shankhill Road area. It all reeks of an unholy and tentative 'peace' and I could not rate...More
The murals are the best I have seen. Well worth the visit to read the messages and pictures. Provides a look at the reasons for the conflicts in this area not too long ago.
Many years have passed and although tradition and sides exist, cultures are respected and we found that waking the walls.
If for no other reason the visit is worthwhile to see the Catholic side murals of the Troubles including Bobby Sands. It is a sad reminder of that time and also a reminder that the two communities are still divided in their views on NI
We only visited this area as part of the bus tour, but it is nevertheless interesting to hear the political stories and see the murals. If you didnt know about the past you would think that you were on a main road just like anywhere...More
This is the Catholic counterpart of Shankill Road, filled with political murals about 'heroes' of the Republican side, legends like Nelson Mandela or current political developments. Whereas this area felt less disturbing than Shankill Road for me personally, it shows how deep the division goes...More
Gives an insight into the times of 'The troubles'. Several large murals highlighting various events in the period, very well done.
Like Shankill Road, Falls Road is an area with a lot of history. This is a Catholic neighborhood with murals and messages from the Catholic perspective. Unlike the Shankill Road area, where flags were flying everywhere only a few were displayed and one was from...More