The Eleventh (11th) Night Bonfire in Northern Ireland – 11th Night Bonfire is a yearly celebration that is held in Northern Ireland to refer to the night before the twelfth of July which is held in different places across the country – we managed to witness the ones held in Ballysally and Harpur’s Hill, Coleraine in Northern Ireland.

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Eleventh (11th) Night Bonfire - Coleraine - Yearly Ulster Protestant Celebration in Northern Ireland
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Eleventh (11th) Night Bonfire - Coleraine - Yearly Ulster Protestant Celebration in Northern Ireland
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The Eleventh bonfire night refers to the celebrations done on the night before the 12th of July in Northern Ireland and which is a yearly Ulster protestant celebration. On this night, there are different bonfires lit in many protestant/loyalists neighborhoods in Northern Ireland and which are usually accompanied by street parties.Along the years, this event has been condemned because of the pollution that is caused by the bonfires and because it usually displays sectarian and ethnic hatred and anti-social behavior. These bonfires are usually made up of wooden pallets and tyres and some of them sometimes reach high levels that might sometimes reach 100 ft tall.

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