The Walls of Belfast

Alison Quinn with her son Cein, 7, who live in the mainly Catholic lower Falls area of Belfast, Northern Ireland, are seen Wednesday, April, 10, 2008. They live in a new development where their house backs on to one of Belfast’s many peace walls. Lee Young, 8, and Cein Quinn, 7, live barely 200 yards from each other, but they probably will never meet. Lee is Protestant, Cein a Catholic _ and their communities in Belfast’s west inner city are separated by a wall called a peace line. It’s nearly 40 years old and 40 feet (12 meters) high. (AP Photo/Peter Morrison)

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