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Wednesday 26 November 2014

1916 Easter Rising commemoration parades: In pictures

The annual Easter Commemoration Parade took place in Newry city, with about 300 people parading to the republican plot at St Mary's Graveyard. Newraypics
The annual Easter Commemoration Parade took place in Newry city, with about 300 people parading to the republican plot at St Mary's Graveyard. Newraypics
The 1916 Easter Rising commemoration parade on the Falls Road, west Belfast on Easter Sunday. The parade left Beechmount Avenue and went to Milltown Cemetery. Presseye/Declan Roughan
The 1916 commemoration parade took place on the Falls road Belfast. The parade left Beechmount Avenue and went to Milltown Cemetery. Presseye / Declan Roughan
The 1916 commemoration parade took place on the Falls road Belfast. The parade left Beechmount Avenue and went to Milltown Cemetery. Presseye / Declan Roughan
The 1916 commemoration parade took place on the Falls road Belfast. The parade left Beechmount Avenue and went to Milltown Cemetery. Presseye / Declan Roughan
The 1916 commemoration parade took place on the Falls road Belfast. The parade left Beechmount Avenue and went to Milltown Cemetery. Presseye / Declan Roughan
The 1916 commemoration parade took place on the Falls road Belfast. The parade left Beechmount Avenue and went to Milltown Cemetery. Presseye / Declan Roughan
The 1916 commemoration parade took place on the Falls road Belfast. The parade left Beechmount Avenue and went to Milltown Cemetery. Presseye / Declan Roughan
The 1916 commemoration parade took place on the Falls road Belfast. The parade left Beechmount Avenue and went to Milltown Cemetery. Presseye / Declan Roughan
The 1916 commemoration parade took place on the Falls road Belfast. The parade left Beechmount Avenue and went to Milltown Cemetery. Presseye / Declan Roughan
The 1916 commemoration parade took place on the Falls road Belfast. The parade left Beechmount Avenue and went to Milltown Cemetery. Presseye / Declan Roughan
About 5,000 people attended the Easter Rising Commemoration at Milltown Cemetery in West Belfast. Samuel Severn
About 5,000 people attended the Easter Rising Commemoration at Milltown Cemetery in West Belfast. Samuel Severn
About 5,000 people attended the Easter Rising Commemoration at Milltown Cemetery in West Belfast. Samuel Severn
About 5,000 people attended the Easter Rising Commemoration at Milltown Cemetery in West Belfast. Samuel Severn
About 5,000 people attended the Easter Rising Commemoration at Milltown Cemetery in West Belfast. Samuel Severn
About 5,000 people attended the Easter Rising Commemoration at Milltown Cemetery in West Belfast. Samuel Severn
About 5,000 people attended the Easter Rising Commemoration at Milltown Cemetery in West Belfast. Samuel Severn
The National Graves Association 98th Anniversary Easter commemoration parade in Milltown Cemetary, Belfast. Aidan O'Reilly/Pacemaker Press
The National Graves Association 98th Anniversary Easter commemoration parade in Milltown Cemetary, Belfast. Aidan O'Reilly/Pacemaker Press
The National Graves Association 98th Anniversary Easter commemoration parade in Milltown Cemetary, Belfast. Aidan O'Reilly/Pacemaker Press
The National Graves Association 98th Anniversary Easter commemoration parade in Milltown Cemetary, Belfast. Aidan O'Reilly/Pacemaker Press
The National Graves Association 98th Anniversary Easter commemoration parade in Milltown Cemetary, Belfast. Aidan O'Reilly/Pacemaker Press
Sinn Feinn MEP Martina Anderson speaking at The National Graves Association 98th Anniversary Easter commemoration parade in Milltown Cemetary. Photo Aidan O'Reilly/Pacemaker Press
The annual Easter Commemoration Parade took place in Newry city, with about 300 people parading to the republican plot at St Mary's Graveyard. Newraypics
Sinn Fein leader Gerry Adams (centre right) takes part during the Sinn Fein commemoration to mark the 98th anniversary of the 1916 Easter Rising in Dublin.
Sinn Fein leader Gerry Adams (centre) chats with colleague Eoin O Broin during the Sinn Fein commemoration to mark the 98th anniversary of the 1916 Easter Rising in Dublin.
The 1916 Easter Rising commemoration parade on the Falls Road, west Belfast on Easter Sunday. The parade left Beechmount Avenue and went to Milltown Cemetry. Presseye/Declan Roughan
The 1916 Easter Rising commemoration parade on the Falls Road, west Belfast on Easter Sunday. The parade left Beechmount Avenue and went to Milltown Cemetry. Presseye/Declan Roughan
The 1916 Easter Rising commemoration parade on the Falls Road, west Belfast on Easter Sunday. The parade left Beechmount Avenue and went to Milltown Cemetry. Presseye/Declan Roughan
The 1916 Easter Rising commemoration parade on the Falls Road, west Belfast on Easter Sunday. The parade left Beechmount Avenue and went to Milltown Cemetry. Presseye/Declan Roughan
The 1916 Easter Rising commemoration parade on the Falls Road, west Belfast on Easter Sunday. The parade left Beechmount Avenue and went to Milltown Cemetry. Presseye/Declan Roughan
The 1916 Easter Rising commemoration parade on the Falls Road, west Belfast on Easter Sunday. The parade left Beechmount Avenue and went to Milltown Cemetry. Presseye/Declan Roughan
The 1916 Easter Rising commemoration parade on the Falls Road, west Belfast on Easter Sunday. The parade left Beechmount Avenue and went to Milltown Cemetery. Presseye/Declan Roughan
The 1916 Easter Rising commemoration parade on the Falls Road, west Belfast on Easter Sunday. The parade left Beechmount Avenue and went to Milltown Cemetery. Presseye/Declan Roughan
Sinn Fein MP Conor Murphy walks with Gerry Kelly who was guest speaker at the Newry Commemoration. Newraypics
Newry City Mayor Michael Ruane lead the wreath bearers. Newraypics
The annual Easter Commemoration Parade took place in Newry city, with about 300 people parading to the republican plot at St Mary's Graveyard. Newraypics
A large banner from the Barcroft residents supporting Raymond McCreesh . The annual Easter Commemoration Parade took place in Newry city, with about 300 people parading to the republican plot at St Mary's Graveyard. Newraypics
The Workers' Party Easter commemoration parade makes its way up the Falls Road. Photo Aidan O'Reilly/Pacemaker Press
The 1916 commemoration parade took place on the Falls road Belfast yesterday. The parade left Beechmount Avenue and went to Milltown Cemetry
The 1916 commemoration parade took place on the Falls road Belfast yesterday. The parade left Beechmount Avenue and went to Milltown Cemetery. Presseye / Declan Roughan

The Easter Rising of 1916 was commemorated on Easter Sunday across the island of Ireland, from Dublin to Newry and the Falls.

 

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