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An effigy of film producer Harvey Weinstein is burned during a fireworks display at Edenbridge Bonfire Night

An effigy of film producer Harvey Weinstein is burned during a fireworks display at Edenbridge Bonfire Night

Eleventh night bonfires take place across Northern Ireland

Eleventh night bonfires take place across Northern Ireland 11 July 2017 From the section Northern Ireland.

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北爱尔兰 Northern Ireland 贝尔法斯特 Belfast,英国民众搭建巨型篝火堆为纪念博伊恩战役胜利日时点燃。摄影师: Charles McQuillan

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Preparation for the Eleventh Night in Northern Ireland

Every year in June, a brave group of daredevils in the city of Alesund, Norway stack up hundreds of wood pallets to a height of over 130 feet, which they then light on fire in celebration of Midsummer and John the Baptist’s birthday.

do believe potatoes have improved over the years as I can remember some potatoes that would just boil to nothing and be 'stringy'. Mum would say they were 'old' potatoes and would mash them with butter and milk. Others we just had as chips which I liked and jacket potatoes were a treat on bonfire night. Today, you can buy most already cooked and frozen. How did you like your potatoes when you were young?

do believe potatoes have improved over the years as I can remember some potatoes that would just boil to nothing and be 'stringy'. Mum would say they were 'old' potatoes and would mash them with butter and milk. Others we just had as chips which I liked and jacket potatoes were a treat on bonfire night. Today, you can buy most already cooked and frozen. How did you like your potatoes when you were young?

A Loyalist youth climbs wooden pallets constructed for the 11th night bonfire at the New Mossley estate in Belfast, Northern Ireland. Tradition holds that the bonfires commemorate the lighting of fires on the hills to help Williamite ships navigate through Belfast Lough at night when Protestant King William III and his forces landed at Carrickfergus to fight the Catholic Jacobites, supporters of the exiled Catholic King James II.

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A Loyalist youth climbs a large bonfire construct in preparation for their 11th night bonfire at the New Mossley estate on July 9, 2015 in Belfast, Northern Ireland. The New Mossley bonfire is considered by many to be the biggest in the province this year.

A Loyalist youth climbs a large bonfire construct in preparation for their night bonfire at the New Mossley estate on July 2015 in Belfast, Northern Ireland. The New Mossley bonfire is considered by many to be the biggest in the province this year.

Belfast, Northern Ireland Iain McFarland, an Orange bandsman, plays his flute during the 11th night bonfire at the New Mossley housing estate on July 12Pictures of the week: July 17, 2015

Belfast, Northern Ireland Iain McFarland, an Orange bandsman, plays his flute during the night bonfire at the New Mossley housing estate on July of the week: July 2015

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Homes are boarded up ahead of 'Eleventh Night' bonfires

Celebration: A spokesman for the Northern Ireland fire service said they attended 44 less .

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