Published Monday, 25 June 2012
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The UFF image in the south of the city which depicts a masked and armed loyalist figure standing beside the words 'You are Now Entering Loyalist Sandy Row' is one of the most pictured murals in the region.
But more than 30 murals in the area have now been painted over, and the red hands replaced by an Orange king.
It is hoped an overhaul of the loyalist stronghold will help attract business back into the area and serve as part of the regeneration of Sandy Row.
Community leader Garnet Busby said the beginning of a new painting is a very significant day for Sandy Row.
"This mural has been held with fond memories for the community here and a lot of the community has mixed feelings about it going."
"A lot of us believed it would never come off," he explained, adding that it is a sign of locals moving forward.
"The new mural will reflect our culture, heritage and traditions in a more positive and welcoming manner.
"But Sandy Row is still going to be a loyalist community," added Mr Busby.
A community consultation was held to determine if the mural should be removed, and if so, what it should be replaced with.
The image of King William III, designed by artist Ross Wilson, is set to replace the UFF message.
"That's King Billy to a lot of people, but William III to most people on Sandy Row now.
"A lot of people know what he looked like on his horse, but this is looking at him as a person, and what he said and thought," he explained.
Mr Wilson said they had talked with local schoolchildren about the mural and the reasoning behind the new image.
"It's going to look striking from a distance, it's going to be important and it's going to be a new landmark."