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Invisible Memorial Square

The invisible memorial square was devised by students from the local Art Academy

Saarbrücken Castle

The invisible memorial square was devised by Jochen Gerz and students from the local Art Academy in 1993 as an expression of tolerance and a warning against racism: 2,146 flagstones on the way to the castle were dug up and the names of Jewish cemeteries engraved on the back of them before they were replaced.

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City map und address

Schlossplatz
Schlossplatz
66119 Saarbrücken