The city of Doire, located in the north of Ireland is sometimes referred to as Londenderry by Unionists and the UK government.  Doire is the site of civil rights marches during the late 1960's and it is here that on 30 January 1972, 13 unarmed civilians were shot and killed by British troops.  Today, the site of Bloody Sunday is peaceful and a pleasant stop.  During our stops, you will have the time to stroll around, visit the memorials and visit the murals.  Be sure to stop into The Bogside Inn for a pint before boarding the bus.

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