Stormont Initially home to N. Ireland Parliament 1921-1972, and now home to the Assembly, created under Good Friday Agreement 1998.
Queen's University of Belfast, 1848
Belfast City Hall
Wall murals-Irish Catholic neighborhood
Titanic Museum in Belfast Harbor, 2012
Sandy Row - Protestant/Unionist neighborhood
View of Amagh-ecclesiastic capital for Roman Catholic Church and Church of Ireland.
Dunluce Castle, 1513
Giant's Causeway, 40,000 interlocking basalt columns following volcanic eruption
Austin's Department Store, 1830, within the City Walls
Derry City Walls
City Walls, cannon and bastion overlooking Bogside
St. Augustine's Church within City Walls, AKA Wee Church on the Walls. Site of St. Columb's first monastery in ireland, 546.
Stormont. Sometimes referred to as "Parliament Buildings"
Belfast City Hall, 1906
Socialist Wall mural-Irish Catholic /Nationalist neighborhood
"Girl with the Hoop" in Belfast Harbor, 2006
Sandy Row=Protestant neighborhood
St. Patrick's Catholic Cathedral, 1840-1904
Old Bushmills Distillery Co., 1608
View of Derry and River Foyle from hotel
Sinn Fein candidate poster
First Derry Presbyterian Church within City Walls
The Apprentice Boys Memorial Hall within the Walls
Yellow line shows where we traveled
Map of Ireland
Church House, 1905, the HQ of the Presbyterian Church in Ireland.
Belfast City Hall, WWI North Irish Horse fighters memorial
Peace Wall murals still separate neighborhoods w/gates, some locked at night
Sandy Row - Protestant neighborhood
St. Patrick's Catholic Cathedral
Bushmills - the town
Peace Bridge across the River Foyle, 2011
Street in Catholic section
View of Bogside from City Walls, scene of Bloody Sunday 1-30-72.
The Apprentice Boys Memorial Hall, 1877, within the City Walls-home to Protestant clubs celebrating shutting city gates against Catholic James II & Louis XiV in 1688.
Aidan Carrig- Road Scholar Program Leader
Grand Opera House, 1895
Wall murals-Irish Catholic/Nationalist neighborhood
Peace Wall murals
Sandy Row - Protestant neighborhood.
Giant's Causeway, a UNESCO World Heritage Site
Derry City Hall/Guildhall, 1890
Guinness beer sign
Bogside from City Walls
City Walls, tribute to ship captain who broke blockade by Catholic James II & Louis XIV trying to starve the Protestants, 1689
Stormont - N. Ireland Assembly, formerly home to N. Ireland Parliament
The Crown Bar
Mural celebrating builders of the Titanic in Belfast shipyards
Street Gate of Derry City Walls
Derry City Walls, 1613-18
Pillar built on a bastion on City Walls in honor of the Governor during the 1688 Siege. Destroyed 1973 by IRA bomb.