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Free Derry Corner

Rossville Street/Fahan Street, Derry BT48 6AQ, Northern Ireland
+44 28 7126 7284
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Bloody Sunday and Bogside Murals Private Walking Tour
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“gable end” (8 reviews)
“bloody sunday” (21 reviews)
“iconic symbol” (3 reviews)
Rossville Street/Fahan Street, Derry BT48 6AQ, Northern Ireland
+44 28 7126 7284

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Reviewed 5 days ago

As an American of Irish Catholic descent, I felt I had to go, and I was glad I did. It is very powerful

Thank Timothy W
Reviewed 1 week ago

Iconic symbol of the "troubles" whatever your allegiance its a pwerful statement, and should be viewed. My hope is that this will endure as a monument to a time, which we that we can move on and learn from.

Thank Russell C
Reviewed 28 September 2017

A must-see when in Derry. Spend the time to learn the history. This area is best seen with a tour guide who can really explain all the political, religious background. Truly a must-see, do not pass this by.

Thank 1AnnieEliza
Reviewed 25 September 2017

We visited the place while having a short walk around. Interesting to read about the history and the events that occured there.

Thank Orit M
Reviewed 22 September 2017 via mobile

This is an iconic part of the city and there are some good plaques with history and details about the background It is a stark reminder of the troubles and interesting to see the road built around the wall to preserve it

Thank DrNic1
Reviewed 22 September 2017

From watching news footage in the 1970's during the troubles it was quite spooky to actually be here- there is a strange energy here- given the history not suprising. The art work on the buildings are pretty amazing and document to that time, however there...More

Thank Jenny-louise M
Reviewed 12 September 2017

Iconic to see this piece of history - sometimes has different deocartions/paintings on depending on events and time of year.

Thank IrishTripTaker
Reviewed 10 September 2017 via mobile

A memorial to a very troubled time, I remember seeing this on TV so many times in the 70s, to see it myself though it does make you think

Thank richard c
Reviewed 8 September 2017

If you are visiting the murals, you cannot fail to pass Free Derry Corner; all that remains of the house is the gable end, but the message is still loud and clear. While it is undoubtedly an important reminder of the past that must never...More

Thank Jellybellydancer
Reviewed 5 September 2017

Very important for Irish People, for their history. It is kind of gate to the story of this city which is full of violence and unjustice. If you enter the "Free Derry" area You will find a lot of important murals.

Thank Piotr G
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Michael P
7 March 2017|
Response from jac1886 | Reviewed this property |
What? There is only one Free Derry.