Sun 22 January 2012, The Observer

Belfast, divided in the name of peace

By Sean O'Hagan
A 'peace gate' has been opened in the barrier that divides Belfast's Alexandra Park, allowing Catholics and Protestants to mix – during the day at least. But a walk to survey the city's 99 peace walls offers vivid evidence of communities riven by hatred
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