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Omagh Bomb Memorial Garden
Photograph M900P15/18 (Monument 900 Photograph 15 of 18)

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Information on photograph
Memorial ID No.:
900
Memorial Title:
Omagh Bomb Memorial Garden
Photo Series No.:
M900P15/18 (Monument 900 Photograph 15 of 18)
Photo Description:
The ninth of the inscribed stones.
Inscription(s):
THE OMAGH BOMB WAS THE LARGEST SINGEL ATROCITY IN OVER | THIRTY YEARS OF VIOLENCE IN WHICH OVER 3700 PEOPLE WERE KILLED. | THE BOMB TOOK PLACE FOUR MONTHS AFTER THE GOOD FRIDAY BELFAST AGREEMENT OF 10 APRIL 1998, SUBSEQUENTLY | ENDORSED IN REFERENDA IN BOTH PARTS OF IRELAND ON 22 MAY 1998.
Commemorating:
Those killed in the Omagh Bomb on 15 August 1998.
~deaths
Location Address:
Omagh Bomb Memorial Garden, Drumragh Avenue, Omagh,
County Tyrone, Northern Ireland.
Location Guide:
A short distance from the junction of Drumragh Avenue and Market Street. Garden is located next to the Strule River. The garden is situated about 200m from the site of the car bomb.
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Photographer:
Martin Melaugh
Date Taken:
04 December 2008
Technical Details:
Canon EOS D5 camera; EF24-105mm f/4L IS USM lens;
Filename:
OMG08MEM_Garden_Omagh_3568.JPG
Image Format:
Landscape
File Formats :
Canon Raw File (.CR2); TIFF; JPEG
Copyright:
~copyright A copy of the above image(s) may be downloaded for private study or personal use. Anyone requiring a copy for commercial use, or use at a web site, should contact CAIN for further information.
Note:
Higher (and larger) resolution version available on request - contact CAIN for details. Full camera settings embedded in Canon Raw File and TIFF image.

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