Political Murals, Belfast 2010

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This is a mural staking out the territory of a particular group of UVF men in the South Belfast neighborhood of the Village.  &quot;Ulster&quot; is the name Loyalists use to refer to the six counties that make up the Northern Ireland statelet.  In contrast, Republicans call it &quot;the North of Ireland,&quot; &quot;the North,&quot; &quot;the Six Counties,&quot; or &quot;the Black North.&quot;