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Photograph - Peace Line in the Clonnard area of Belfast



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Title of Photograph:Peace Line in the Clonnard area of Belfast
Photographer:Cathy Gormley
Date Photograph Taken:28 October 1998
Location of Photograph:Clonnard Area, Belfast
Copyright Conditions:© Cathy Gormley
Camera / Technical Details: 35mm Camera


The photograph shows part of the 'peace line', a large brick wall with additional metal grills on top, which runs between Catholic and Protestant areas of West Belfast. Because of the shortage of land for residential buildings on the Catholic side of the 'peace line', the houses on the left of the photograph back right up the the security wall on the right.


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