People from all over Northern Ireland lined the streets of Belfast today for Northern Ireland Centenary Parade.
Police said about 100,000 spectators watched the parade and 25,000 took part with 130 bands and brothers from all over the jurisdiction of Grand Lodge of Ireland represented.
The parade was to take place place in 2021 but was canceled due to the Covid pandemic.
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event kicked out off in Stormont just after 13:00 and participants made them way to Belfast City Hall.
The route will continue to the City Hall via Upper Newtownards Road, Lower Newtownards Road, Bridge End, Queen Elizabeth Bridge, Ann Street, Victoria Street, High Street, Castle Place, Donegal Place, North Donegal Square and West Donegal Square.
Delayed for about an hour with Conclusion of the parade and movement in in city back to normal life after 8 pm.
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