Map

Recommended: Click on the ‘Full Screen’ icon (top right, looks like a camera viewfinder) to see a larger version of the map.

The map shows locations of the murals, graffiti, and street art in Belfast/Béal Feirste, London-/Derry/Doire and elsewhere in Northern/north of Ireland. Please send corrections to extramuralactivity@gmail.com

Huge thanks to PRONI and SpatialNI for making historical maps available.

Click on a pin for additional information and photographs. For each work, information is presented in the following order: title; date of creation (und = unknown); artists (unk = unknown); link; reference number; other dates; any other information

Artists: “GK” = “Gerard ‘Mo Chara’ Kelly”, “DD” = a Short Strand muralist, “ML” = “Marty Lyons”, “MD” = “Michael Doherty”, “ROM” = “Risteard Ó’Murchú”, “LQ” = Lucas Quigley

Reference numbers: “M” indicates the collection of Peter Moloney; “CCDL” indicates the Tony Crowley collection at the Claremont College Digital Library, “CAIN” indicates the Jonathan McCormick collection at the Conflict Archive on the Internet

Key – Pin Types
Dot: Image (Mural/Board/Stencil-Image)
No Dot: Words (Graffiti/Banner/Stencil-Word)
Pin: Building or Scene

Key – Pin Colours
Blue: Loyalist/Unionist/Protestant Area
Purple: Loyalist, not featured on ExtrAct

Green: Republican/Nationalist/Catholic Area
Cyan: Republican, not featured on ExtrAct

Red: Non-Sectarian Area
Mauve: Non-sectarian, not featured on ExtrAct

In the list, the order of areas covered is:
west Belfast – Republican
west Belfast – Loyalist
north Belfast
east Belfast
city centre
south Belfast
Antrim
London-/Derry
Strabane to Bangor

4 thoughts on “Map

  1. Sam Leikind 2021-11-14 / 1:35 pm

    Is the mural that says The Red Hand of Ulster still there? It’s the one with the cut off hand of Ó Néill clutching the shores of Ireland. Can you tell me the exact location of it if the mural is still there?

    Thank you.

    • Extramural Activity 2021-11-14 / 10:18 pm

      This wall (off Shankill Pde) was redeveloped out of existence in stage 1 of the rebuild (circa 2014).

      • Sam Leikind 2021-11-18 / 12:53 am

        Are the murals listed on this website updated? Like are they removed from the map when they get taken down? There’s still some masked gunman murals in Belfast and in areas near Belfast right?

      • Extramural Activity 2021-11-25 / 11:35 pm

        Sam – Yes, no, yes. The map is primarily intended to serve as a historical record rather than as a guide to current murals – we update the years floruit as best we can (which will give you a sense of what might still be showing in 2021, which does include a good number of ‘hooded gunmen’ murals) but we don’t remove murals that are no longer showing.

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