Nedleggelse av nye snublestener

Closure of new stumbling blocks
3 sep. 2012, at. 13.00

Kapellveien 15A, then a number of places in Oslo

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The Jewish Museum places the third time stumbling blocks in Oslo. A stone, a name - in memory of Jews who were deported in Norway during the war. The engraved stones on the sidewalks outside your homes gain power as local memorials in the city's streets. The artist behind the project, Gunter Demnig, who has created 30,000 stumbling blocks, will even add 24 stones in Oslo on 3rd and 4th of September. On September 5, you will be laying stones in Larvik for the Sachnowitz family.

Grefsen historielag has been the initiator of three stones for the Feldmann family and arranges a short ceremony, Monday 3rd Sept. 13:00 in Chapel 15 A.
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