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Stolpersteine (Stumbling Stones) by Guenther Demnig  - An artist decided to commemorate Jews killed in the Holocaust. He placed these plaques in front of the homes where the victims used to live. There are now tens of thousands across cities throughout Europe. "Demnig says formal memorials are too abstract. Not so with the stumbling stones. 'Suddenly they are there, right outside your front door, at your feet, in front of you,' he says."

Stolpersteine (Stumbling Stones) by Guenther Demnig - An artist decided to commemorate Jews killed in the Holocaust. He placed these plaques in front of the homes where the victims used to live. There are now tens of thousands across cities throughout Europe. "Demnig says formal memorials are too abstract. Not so with the stumbling stones. 'Suddenly they are there, right outside your front door, at your feet, in front of you,' he says."

Stolpersteine (Stumbling Stones) by Guenther Demnig  - An artist decided to commemorate Jews killed in the Holocaust. He placed these plaques in front of the homes where the victims used to live. There are now tens of thousands across cities throughout Europe. "Demnig says formal memorials are too abstract. Not so with the stumbling stones. 'Suddenly they are there, right outside your front door, at your feet, in front of you,' he says."

Stolpersteine (Stumbling Stones) by Guenther Demnig - An artist decided to commemorate Jews killed in the Holocaust. He placed these plaques in front of the homes where the victims used to live. There are now tens of thousands across cities throughout Europe. "Demnig says formal memorials are too abstract. Not so with the stumbling stones. 'Suddenly they are there, right outside your front door, at your feet, in front of you,' he says."

Stolpersteine (Stumbling Stones) by Guenther Demnig  - An artist decided to commemorate Jews killed in the Holocaust. He placed these plaques in front of the homes where the victims used to live. There are now tens of thousands across cities throughout Europe. "Demnig says formal memorials are too abstract. Not so with the stumbling stones. 'Suddenly they are there, right outside your front door, at your feet, in front of you,' he says."

Stolpersteine (Stumbling Stones) by Guenther Demnig - An artist decided to commemorate Jews killed in the Holocaust. He placed these plaques in front of the homes where the victims used to live. There are now tens of thousands across cities throughout Europe. "Demnig says formal memorials are too abstract. Not so with the stumbling stones. 'Suddenly they are there, right outside your front door, at your feet, in front of you,' he says."

Stolpersteine or stumbling stones, a project by artist Gunter Demnig to commemorate the last known address of deported jews from Germany.

Stolpersteine or stumbling stones, a project by artist Gunter Demnig to commemorate the last known address of deported jews from Germany.

Some of local artist Gunter Demnig's Holocaust memorial Stolpersteine here in Köln. They are placed in the pavement in front of the former homes of the murdered victims.

Some of local artist Gunter Demnig's Holocaust memorial Stolpersteine here in Köln. They are placed in the pavement in front of the former homes of the murdered victims.

Have you stumbled across these Stolpersteine? The metal-capped stones are memorials to Holocaust victims near the place where they last lived or worked before being taken by the Nazis. www.germanyja.com

Have you stumbled across these Stolpersteine? The metal-capped stones are memorials to Holocaust victims near the place where they last lived or worked before being taken by the Nazis. www.germanyja.com

TEDxStuttgart - Gunter Demnig - Die Stolpersteine: Geschichte und Zukunft.  One “stone”. One name. One person. 'the stumbling stones' from Gunter Demnig http://www.stolpersteine.com/EN/home.html

TEDxStuttgart - Gunter Demnig - Die Stolpersteine: Geschichte und Zukunft. One “stone”. One name. One person. 'the stumbling stones' from Gunter Demnig http://www.stolpersteine.com/EN/home.html

Stolpersteine - Stumbling Blocks in Berlin. Memorializing victims of the Holocaust with blocks in the pavement in front of their last known residence. Artist: Günter Demnig. Photograph: wildmoment/anne cc by-sa 2.0 http://www.flickr.com/photos/everabridged/

Stolpersteine - Stumbling Blocks in Berlin. Memorializing victims of the Holocaust with blocks in the pavement in front of their last known residence. Artist: Günter Demnig. Photograph: wildmoment/anne cc by-sa 2.0 http://www.flickr.com/photos/everabridged/

Stolpersteine – the Stumbling Stones - history comes alive from WWII

Stolpersteine – the Stumbling Stones - history comes alive from WWII

Stolpersteine - stumbling stones

Stolpersteine - stumbling stones

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