Bloody Sunday Commemoration
The above mural contains portraits of the 14 people who were killed by the British Army on 'Bloody Sunday' in Derry on 30 January 1972. In addition to the portraits, there are also 14 oak leaves with each leaf symbolising one of the victims. Derry takes its name from the Irish word Doire meaning oakgrove.
CAIN Web Service
© the bogside artists
site developed by: Martin Melaugh
Back to the top of this page