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Bloody Sunday Memorial

Joseph's Place | Bogside, Derry, Northern Ireland
+44 28 7126 7284
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Joseph's Place | Bogside, Derry, Northern Ireland
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+44 28 7126 7284

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Reviewed 3 days ago

See this memorial after you have visited the Free Derry Museum. You will better understand what it memorializes. A reminder that this event should not be repeated again. Understanding that we are all humans with hopes and aspirations and beliefs, different beliefs, but not necessarily...More

Thank 17KAG
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Names from decades past are etched in stone so that all will remember. It is a sad place, yet beautiful.

Thank Tom S
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

the history is very disturbing to anyone who is bothered by atrocities . Be prepared to be shocked by the brutality of "Religious Christian Butchers " of the Orangeman ranks and their British Army backers..I can say no more without becoming inhumane myself

Thank Ed I
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Thought provoking and starkly confronts you with the struggles and injustices of recent times. This tells the story in a different way to much of the media coverage at the time and in recent years. It is a place to remember, a place to rebuild...More

Thank Ailsa009
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

It’s a poignant memorial to a horrific shooting of civilians by British soldiers in January 1972. What started as a peaceful protest march against internment (imprisonment without trial of those suspected of collaboration with the IRA) became the highest number of people killed in a...More

Thank Linda B
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The recent history of Derry can still be felt when walking the streets. The murals paint a vivid image of the recent troubles that boiled over in this area. I would not hesitate to go back and take the time to talk to the locals...More

Thank Tim D
Reviewed 17 June 2017

This is the site of one particular tragic Sunday in Derry where a number of local people were killed and wounded by British Soldiers. The area around this site became a 'no go zone' for British Soldiers. Thus the meaning for 'Free Derry'!

Thank rodgask
Reviewed 13 June 2017

There's really not that much to see in this town and so if you are desperate for things to see, you might go here.

Thank BigoBoca
Reviewed 18 May 2017

Being the age I am it was quiet bizarre to go and visit this memorial. Having lived in this era where the memories seem like very recent it is interesting to see it today.

Thank Leonie Q
Reviewed 11 May 2017

Standing by the memorial you are at the place where innocent people were murdered while marching for their civil rights. The sign at the memorial gives a brief description of what happened and who died. Particularly shocking is the number of 17 yr olds amongst...More

Thank EugandJude
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