Museum of Free Derry
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The Museum of Free Derry is an archive focussing on the civil rights era of the 1960s and the Free Derry/early troubles era of the 1970s
For guests who are interested in gaining further knowledge of 'The Troubles'
Free Derry Museum - Excellent local modern history of the civil rights movement and the troubles in the Derry.
In the location where the Bloody Sunday massacre happened. A world class museum detailing the violent history of the place.
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