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SANDY ROW DISTRICT LOYAL ORANGE LODGE NO. 5; SOUTH BELFAST | NEAL SLAVIN PHOTOGRAPHY

SANDY ROW DISTRICT LOYAL ORANGE LODGE NO. 5; SOUTH BELFAST | NEAL SLAVIN PHOTOGRAPHY

Fears of major street violence in Northern Ireland after Orange march is banned

Fears of major street violence in Northern Ireland after Orange march is banned

Sir Edward Carson, FE Smith, and James Craig off to sign to Ulster Covenant September 1912

Sir Edward Carson, FE Smith, and James Craig off to sign to Ulster Covenant September 1912

Orangeman’s Day; Northern Ireland; July 12; Also called Orange Day, the Orange Walk, or The Glorious Twelfth. Celebrates the anniversaries of both the Battle of the Boyne and the yet more decisive Battle of Aughrim, which ended warfare in Ireland. Notable for parading by the Orange Society and others, superb brass bands, and picnics. Belfast’s celebration is largest, followed by that of Edinburgh, Scotland.

12 July in pictures

Orangeman’s Day; Northern Ireland; July 12; Also called Orange Day, the Orange Walk, or The Glorious Twelfth. Celebrates the anniversaries of both the Battle of the Boyne and the yet more decisive Battle of Aughrim, which ended warfare in Ireland. Notable for parading by the Orange Society and others, superb brass bands, and picnics. Belfast’s celebration is largest, followed by that of Edinburgh, Scotland.

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