There Never Were Any Snakes: St. Patrick’s Day and Ireland » bombaystbelfast

I suppose it was inevitable that I ended up going into the field I’m going into. Instances like Bombay Street and the visual outgrowths (murals) that were resurrected to commemorate it fascinated my. In August of 1969, Northern Ireland EXPLODED. Bombay Street, part of a residential area in Belfast was burnt to a crisp, and approximately 1800 families were left homeless. This mural commemorates those riots…

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