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From the series Bonfires
This is a new series form the photographer Grollier following his work of the peace accords in Northern Ireland. Ulster Protestants commemorate the victory of William of Orange over the last Irish King in 1690. These architectural constructions are part of a loyalist minority movement (in the face of Unionist) seeking to burn the symbols of Ireland on the anniversary of the original separation of Northern Ireland.
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