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10 Breathtaking Memorials To 9/11 Victims

10 Breathtaking Memorials To 9/11 Victims

Mortal Cities and Forgotten Monuments — Failed Architecture. Memorial to the victims of the concentration camp in Jasenovac (1966), Croatia.

Mortal Cities and Forgotten Monuments — Failed Architecture. Memorial to the victims of the concentration camp in Jasenovac (1966), Croatia.

Père-Lachaise Cemetery - Sachsenhausen Memorial    Memorial to the deportees of Sachsenhausen    and beside it (to the right), A Memorial representing forced labour:   600 000 français déportés pour le travail forcé en Allemagne  60 000 morts  15 000 fusillés, pendus ou décapités pour acte de résistance   ---------------------------------------------------------------------- ----------  1945-1970  50 000 disparus des suites de cette déportation    In this section of the Père-Lachaise…

Père-Lachaise Cemetery - Sachsenhausen Memorial Memorial to the deportees of Sachsenhausen and beside it (to the right), A Memorial representing forced labour: 600 000 français déportés pour le travail forcé en Allemagne 60 000 morts 15 000 fusillés, pendus ou décapités pour acte de résistance ---------------------------------------------------------------------- ---------- 1945-1970 50 000 disparus des suites de cette déportation In this section of the Père-Lachaise…

Remember my Name by Kimberly A. Collins in 1995 is used with the Remember My Name Project by Domestic Violence Awareness Month to increase awareness of domestic violence deaths.

Remember my Name by Kimberly A. Collins in 1995 is used with the Remember My Name Project by Domestic Violence Awareness Month to increase awareness of domestic violence deaths.

Hodonín, 1997, Artist Eduard Oláh working on his Memorial to the Victims of the »Hodonín Gypsy Camp«, Archiv Muzea romské kultury

Gedenkstättenportal zu Orten der Erinnerung in Europa

New York's Teardrop: John Craven tracks down a forgotten monument to the 9/11 victims | Daily Mail Online

On the trail of New York's lost Teardrop: John Craven tracks down a forgotten monument to the 9/11 victims

New York's Teardrop: John Craven tracks down a forgotten monument to the 9/11 victims | Daily Mail Online

[Warning: Some sensitive content] I will never forget the way the sun shined down on the concentration camp of Auschwitz Birkenau, like the spirits of the camp were shining their memory across the place where they were suppose to be forgotten.  It symbolized to me that the victims were in a better place and looking down …

[Warning: Some sensitive content] I will never forget the way the sun shined down on the concentration camp of Auschwitz Birkenau, like the spirits of the camp were shining their memory across the place where they were suppose to be forgotten. It symbolized to me that the victims were in a better place and looking down …

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