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List of cities by country that have stolpersteine

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Overview of countries where stolpersteine have been installed.
Stolperstein on sidewalk in Bochum

This is an incomplete list of the roughly 1000 cities and towns that have stolpersteine. It is organized in alphabetical order and by country. Where the number of stolpersteine is known or can be approximated, that information has been included, along with the first installation date, if known. Where the number of people deported by the Nazis is known, that information is included for comparison to the number of stolperstein memorials in that city.[1][2][3]

From the artist's own website: By December 2013, the stolperstein project had realized more than 43,500 memorials in approximately 1000 cities and towns; many more have applied for them. Stolpersteine are found in Austria, Hungary, the Netherlands, Belgium, the Czech Republic, Russia, Croatia, France, Poland, Slovenia, Italy, Norway, Ukraine, Switzerland, Slovakia and Luxembourg.[4]

As of August 20, 2014, there have been laid over 48,000 stolpersteine in 18 countries in Europe,[5] making the project the world's largest memorial.
On 11 January 2015 Stolperstein No. 50.000 was installed in Turin, Italy for Eleonora Levi. [6]
In May 2018 almost 69.000 stolpersteine in 21 countries in Europe have been installed.[7]

Contents

AustriaEdit

 
The first Stolpersteine in Austria, dedicated to the conscientious objectors Johann and Matthias Nobis

BelgiumEdit

 
Stolpersteine in Brussels

CroatiaEdit

  • Rijeka The first 4 stolpersteine in Croatia were laid in Rijeka on May 13, 2013.[15]

Czech RepublicEdit

Regions:

FinlandEdit

The first three stones were laid in Munkkiniemen Puistotie 18, Helsinki on June 2, 2018 [27]

FranceEdit

GermanyEdit

 
Stolpersteine in Berlin-Schöneberg
 
Four Stolpersteine in Frankfurt (Oder)
 
Gunter Demnig placing stolpersteine on the main road in Frechen, April 3, 2009
 
One of at least 87 stolpersteine in Koblenz; this one is for Berta Schönewald

GreeceEdit

HungaryEdit

ItalyEdit

 
Stolpersteine in Rome

LuxembourgEdit

 
Stolpersteine in Mondorf-les-Bains

The NetherlandsEdit

NorwayEdit

772 Jews were taken in Norway and sent to Germany. 34 of them survived.[141] As of November 2014 there are 221 stolpersteine in 15 cities in Norway.[142]

  • Bergen: 10 stolpersteine were laid on 14 June 2014.
  • Elverum: 7 stolpersteine were laid on 19 August 2013.
  • Harstad: 3 stolpersteine were laid on 16 June 2014.[143]
  • Haugesund: 2 stolpersteine were laid on the 75 year anniversary of Kristallnacht, 9 November 2013, in memory of Moritz Rabinowitz and Georg Rechenberg.[144]
  • Hurum: 6 stolpersteine on laid on 12 June 2014.
  • Hønefoss: 8 stolpersteine laid on 12 June 2014.
  • Larvik: 9 stolpersteine laid on 5 September 2012.[145]
  • Mosjøen: 3 stolpersteine were laid on 20 August 2013.
  • Narvik: 9 stolpersteine were laid on 16 June 2014.
  • Oslo: 101 stolpersteine. The first ones were laid in August 2010.[146]
  • Skien: 2 stolpersteine were laid on 13 June 2014.
  • Stavanger: 14 stolpersteine.
  • Tromsø: 14 stolpersteine laid on 17 June 2014.
  • Trondheim: 15 stolpersteine. The first ones were laid in September 2012.[147]
  • Tønsberg: 17 stolpersteine were laid on 13 June 2014.

PolandEdit

 
Stolperstein for Edith Stein in Wrocław

RussiaEdit

SlovakiaEdit

44 stolpersteine were installed in Slovakia between 2012 and 2014 with the help of local organisation Antikomplex.sk.[149]

SloveniaEdit

SpainEdit

SwitzerlandEdit

  • Kreuzlingen: stolpersteine were laid on September 8, 2013.

UkraineEdit

  • Pereiaslav: 4 stolpersteine were laid on July 3, 2009, the first ones installed in the country.[152]

ImitationsEdit

 
Imitation Stolperstein memorial to 13 people arrested from one address in Vienna

In several cities there are imitations of Stolpersteine although the concept of Gunter Demnig is protected by copyright and registered as a Trademark all over Europe.

See alsoEdit

  • Gunter Demnig - the German artist who conceived the Stolperstein Project ("Projekt Stolpersteine") and has installed the most memorial plaques

ReferencesEdit

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  75. ^ Hebräisches Gebet bewegt die Kaller (in German)
  76. ^ 22 neue Stolpersteine im Beisein jüdischer Gäste verlegt (in German)
  77. ^ Stolpersteine in Koblenz Archived 2011-07-19 at the Wayback Machine. (in German)
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  79. ^ Stolpersteine in Krefeld (in German)
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  81. ^ Stolpersteine in Leipzig (in German)
  82. ^ Stolpersteine in Lüneburg Retrieved February 18, 2016 (in German)
  83. ^ Martina Ulpts, "Stolpersteine gegen das Vergessen" Der Westen, official website. (September 7, 2009) (in German)
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  89. ^ "Chronik May 2012" Stolpersteine.eu Retrieved July 20, 2013 (in German)
  90. ^ "Stolpersteine" werden im Mai verlegt" WAZ (March 2, 2012) Retrieved July 20, 2013 (in German)
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  96. ^ Stolpersteine in Münster (in German)
  97. ^ Grenzlandnachrichten: "Breyeller Juden ein würdiges Andenken erhalten" Retrieved August 25, 2012 (in German)
  98. ^ Grenzlandnachrichten: "Zum Gedenken an die Opfer der NS-Zeit" Retrieved August 25, 2012 (in German)
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