Belfast - Shankill Falls- mur de separation catholiques protestants
The Shankill Road (from Irish: Seanchill meaning "old church") is the arterial road leading through west Belfast, Northern Ireland. It runs through the predominantly loyalist working-class area known as the Shankill. The road stretches westwards for approximately 2.4 km (1.5 mi) from central Belfast and is lined, to an extent, by shops. The residents live in the many streets which branch off the main road. Much of the area along the Shankill Road forms the five wards of Court district electoral area.
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