Bloody Sunday part of the peoples gallery murals in Rossville Street of the bogside area of Derry Londonderry Northern Ireland

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Bloody Sunday part of the peoples gallery murals in Rossville Street of the bogside area of Derry Londonderry Northern Ireland
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Bloody Sunday part of the peoples gallery murals in Rossville Street of the bogside area of Derry Londonderry Northern Ireland . The murals painted by the Bogside Artists are an ongoing project since 1994 due to be completed in 2008 . The murals depict key moments in the Northern Ireland troubles from a Derry perspective . The Bogside Artists are William Kelly , Tom Kelly and Kevin Hasson . The mural was painted in 1997 and commemorates the events of Bloody Sunday 30th January 1972 when British Army paratroopers shot dead 14 innocent people on a civil rights march in Derry . The mural depicts a group of local men led by the local priest ( who later became Bishop Daly ) with white flag carrying the body of Jackie Duddy from the scene past a British soldier . This image filmed by a tv crew is the iconic image of Bloody Sunday shown worldwide .
Location: bogside, derry, county londonderry, northern ireland, uk