The Most Bombed Hotel in Europe Isn’t Where You’d Expect

The story of the Europa Hotel in Belfast, Northern Ireland

The Europa Hotel from street level.

BBelfast, the capital city of Northern Ireland was torn apart by sectarian conflict during the 1960s, 70s, and 80s. The Protestant unionists wanted Northern Ireland to remain a part of the United Kingdom while Catholic republicans wanted a united Ireland, north and south.



From the times that the pyramids were raised to the end of the cold war in this publication you will find it all. This is a publication that has been created to tell the stories of forgotten battles and fortunes that have crafted the world that we live in today.

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