Luxembourg installs Holocaust memorial

A monument to Shoah victims in Luxembourg was officially inaugurated on Sunday in the presence of the country’s Grand Duke and Prime Minister.

The monument, made by Holocaust survivor Shlomo Selinger, occupies the site of Luxembourg’s first synagogue.

At the same time, a plaque commemorating the 75th anniversary of the departure of the final train deporting the Jews of Luxembourg by the Nazis in June 1943 was installed at the railway station in Luxembourg City.

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