THE BODY of Martin McGuinness has been carried through the streets of Derry as he makes his way home for the final time.
Both Sinn Féin President Gerry Adams and Sinn Féin leader in Northern Ireland Michelle O'Neill took turns to carry the coffin of the leader, who died late last night.
A congregation follows Martin McGuinness' coffin as they make their way to his home in Bogside, Derry
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Both Sinn Féin President Gerry Adams and Leader in Northern Ireland Michelle O'Neill carried his coffin
The crowd paused as the Irish tricolour was draped over the coffin of Martin McGuinness
Mr McGuinness' coffin is carried past the Dove of Peace mural in Derry
The coffin is carried past the 'Free Derry' mural in Derry, Northern Ireland
The coffin of Martin McGuinness passes under the murals of 'Free Derry' corner in Bogside, Derry
The death of Mr McGuinness was confirmed earlier this morning by long-time friend and colleague, Gerry Adams.
Mr McGuinness passed away in Derry during the night, aged 66, after a short illness.