Published Tuesday, 01 July 2014
The march marks the 98th anniversary of the battle - part of the route takes in the Short Strand interface.
It passed off without incident on Tuesday evening with a heavy police presence in the background.
Police received reports of minor stone throwing following the parade, including a broken window at Strand Walk. One male was arrested on suspicion of criminal damage.
The march takes place as politicians held separate talks with the Parades Commission over a contentious Twelfth of July parade in north Belfast.
Earlier, a wreath-laying ceremony was held at Belfast City Hall.
Thousands of men from all parts of Ireland, who served in the 36th Ulster Division and the 16th Irish, lost their lives when the battle began on 1 July, 1916.
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