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Off the wall: The UFF mural is painted over on Sandy Row in south Belfast. It will be replaced by a new mural of King William of Orange Coln Lenaghan/Pacemaker
A Republican mural in West Belfast. 2009
The UVF in East Belfast have started to paint another controversial mural in the area of masked paramilitaries wielding guns.
The old mural didnt have any guns
UDA wall mural in the Shankill Road area.8/9/09
Wall mural Newtownards Road, Belfast, 1992
A UVF wall mural in the mount vernon area of North Belfast.8/1/09
A protestant loyalist mural in the Shankhill area of Belfast on March 14, 2009.
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A Republican mural is seen on the side of a house in the Bogside are of Derry, the scene of the 'Bloody Sunday' shootings. 2005
UVF mural at Ballybeen.
Ulster Volunteer Force (UVF) wall mural in north Belfast. 2007
Republican mural in West Belfast. 1998
A loyalist mural in the Shankhill area on March 14, 2009 in Belfast
A republican mural in the Ballymurphy estate in Belfast on March 14, 2009
A loyalist mural in the Shankhill area of Belfast on March 14, 2009
A republican mural off the Falls road area of Belfast on March 14, 2009
The Bobby Sands mural, in the Falls Road area of Belfast
Belfast murals. A football mural on the Albert Bridge Road in east Belfast celebrating Northern Ireland's win over England in 2005.
Belfast murals. A peace mural on the lower Newtownards Road in east Belfast.
Belfast murals. A George Best mural on the Woodstock Road in east Belfast.
Belfast murals. A mural off the Newtownards Road dedicated to 'The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe' author C.S Lewis who was from the area. 2010.
A Thomas Devlin murder appeal poster beside a UVF (Ulster Volunteer Force) mural in the Mount Vernon area of North Belfast opposite the flats where one of his killers had lived.
Northern Ireland Football Heroes Mural
INLA wall mural
Artist Daniela Balmaverde with her mural in the Alliance Parade area of Belfast
Bernadette McAliskey as portrayed in a mural on the side of a house in the Bogside area of Londonderry
The new murals, designed to chart the social, cultural and industrial heritage of the lower Shankill
A mural at the top of the Whiterock Road
Free Derry Corner, which was dramatically covered by a mural on Saturday to mark the city’s annual Gasyard Feile
Writing on the wall for weapons: A woman walks past a loyalist paramilitary mural in Belfast
By Adrian Rutherford
June 26 2012 10:07 AM
It dominated one of Belfast’s loyalist heartlands for years.