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Northern Ireland Highlights Day Trip Including Giant's Causeway from Dublin
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Cupar Way, Belfast, Northern Ireland
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Reviewed yesterday

Very sad to see this huge wall stretching across the city to divide it. To hear that the gates are still closed every night to stop people from moving between the two areas is even more sad. This is a huge wall...with gates that open...More

Thank pattib22
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Saw this as part of a black taxi tour (must do!) And was very saddened by it. Really drills home the harrowing extent of the turmoil faced by the locals and friends and family of those who lost their lives. We saw the houses close...More

Thank Sai J
Reviewed 5 days ago

Wow! The peace wall really made an impression as to what has been going on between the Catholics and the Protestants! The "grafiti" was very touching and showed the feelings of both groups.

Thank ddw43110
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

I found these walls to be very inspiring. The sheer amount of history and pain on display is truly something that needs to be appreciated. If your up the north do yourself a favour and take a dive around the walls and take in the...More

Thank Darren S
Reviewed 6 days ago

It was a poignant experience to be here. An example of something I have not experienced before. A bit sad and was astonished to discover the doors are still locked in the evening and at 3:00 on Sundays.

Thank wderm2k
Reviewed 1 week ago

The wall itself is a sad reminder of the Troubles and difficult and divisive times in Northern Ireland. The message and art on the wall give visitors hope that the desire for peace is real.

Thank Julia W
Reviewed 1 week ago

Think the tension in Belfast between the Protestants and Catholics is over? Guess again. Not only is the wall still up, both sides want it that way. We were there just before the July 12th bonfires staged by the (some) Protestants in order to express...More

Thank beavertontim
Reviewed 1 week ago

The name "Peace Wall" conjures up a structure that was build to commemorate the signing of a peace treaty. Sadly, the Peace Wall in Belfast was constructed in 1969 in order to prevent violence between the unionists and the nationalists. Even more sadly, it still...More

Thank DerAlteBach
Reviewed 1 week ago

This is a good place to see in perspective to other places locally like Falls Rd and Shankill Rd in terms of history of the city and how far it's moved forward.

Thank Ashley M
Reviewed 1 week ago

Still dividing communities out of necessity - not much of a 'peace' wall as it turns out, despite the neutral spin that the tour companies put on it. We were here just around July 12th - the tension between the communities was palpable. Not a...More

Thank kirkgirl
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2 January 2017|
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Response from tilerIreland | Reviewed this property |
Yes close at 6 during the winter and 8 during summer 😀