A large number of taxis take part in the Belfast, N Ireland, UK, Twelfth Parade. They provide relief for the foot weary and the less fit brethern. This one even has a "cherished" number plate. A popular mantra is Remember 1690, the year of the Battle of the Boyne in which the Protestant King William defeated the Roman Catholic King James and is the highlight of Orange folklore. 200107122725.
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