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While the memorial obviously pays tribute to those killed on Bloody Sunday, it also allows visitors to see the event as part of the history of conflict in Ireland.
I must say if your ever in Ireland this place is a must stop. Not knowing much about it, I was amazed with the background and the history behind Bloody Sunday.
We visited with a local friend who was an amazing guide. All the history was very intense! Depends on which side you are on (I'm neither Irish or British) could be a completely different story to hear. I'm very grateful to learn about the history and indeed an intense one!
This was a small and simple memorial but very touching. We walked the area and viewed all the murals on the buildings. Growing up and hearing on the news of the turmoils in the 1980s helped us to truly appreciate the monument and the area. We are truly glad of the progress made towards a peaceful Ireland.
The whole of the Bogside seems like a memorial to the "Troubles".I found it a little difficult to visualise the events as the whole area has been redeveloped but to stand on the spot where the British army shot and killed British citizens in Britain was both very harrowing and deeply sad!I felt Derry isn't quite united yet (as opposed... 更多
A shameful history but not hidden in the City of Derry. If your understanding, or more likely lack of it, has been gleaned from government/activist/paramilitary/media statements and coverage, and you have an interest in the troubles and how its affected the lives of ordinary people on all sides, there are plenty of opportunities in Derry...such as memorials and artwork, etc..
Our tour guide climbed aboard to take us to different sites in Derry, and tell us the history of this place. This memorial may seem plain and unimpressive, but the history behind it brings a lot of emotion to the surface. Like another reviewer, the U2 song was running through my head the whole time I was here.