Beautiful murals and all within a short distance of the city centre. I recommend a guided tour, we took a taxi tour which was very informative.
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It's very emotional when you know what all of these wall mean. You need to see and then understand. Really nice to do, walking with a good weather. You can also get a cab to do the tour
Titanic and City Tours, offer a wonderful 'hop-on and off' service. You would be advised to stay in situe from start to finish and then hop-off and back-on as suits your needs!
It was very interesting to walk along the Falls Road and see the murals on the walls. It was very good to see so many shop fronts 'as Gaeilge', and of course 'An Culturlann'
I now live in Lancashire. When I came back to my birth place I visited the falls rd and it brought back many happy and sad memories.so make it to see for our self's how life has changed .also visit the Titanic centre was very serele and at the same time great to visit.
The whole area and history is fascinating to me. How difficult life must have been for the people during these times. May peace continued in Belfast.
A walk full of interest. Start or end at the Milltown Cemetery with its republican plots. The murals tel a story. Lots dedicated to James Connolly. Some stretch out to international solidarity. Loclas are very friendly and helpful.
A must see for those of you that like history. Lots to see and learn don't forget the grave yard, that too is suprisingly beautiful.
Used to live here dont bother youself unless you like false stories and propaganda! Dirty murals the developers have ruined what was a great area along with our so called Gaels. They have done the same to the Shankhill road which used to be a great shopping road.
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