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The Peace Walls - Belfast.

Following the 1969 Belfast Riots and the start of the period known as The Troubles, the Peace Walls were erected. Originally intended as a temporary measure, they proved so effective they quickly became a wider, longer and more permanent structure currently stretching over 21 miles across the city. 735 more words


Byre 2016

It’s official – the byre will open again for August Craft Month this year. I’ve invited some new friends so you will find work by Eammon Higgins, Noel McCullough, Cecilia Stephens and Anushiya Sudaralingam: sculpture, weaving, furniture and more. Details here.


So, You're in Belfast for a Weekend

By the looks of the title, I’ll assume you’re reading this because you’re hoping to visit Belfast or are at the very least just vaguely interested in the city. 1,340 more words


In the footsteps of Game of Thrones

Sometimes you see an image you badly want to shot. Thats how I felt when I saw a picture of The Dark Hedges. Known to many as a part of The Kingsroad from Game of Thrones. 310 more words


Down the King's Road

I now have 4 weeks left of work, and 5 weeks left in Northern Ireland.


(okay, calm down, there is still plenty of time to do everything.) 701 more words


Group C Preview


Nickname: Die Mannschaft (The Team)

Previous best: Winners (1972, 1980 as West Germany, 1996 as Germany)

Qualified: Group D Winner

FIFA World Ranking: 5th… 1,613 more words

Euro 2016