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The Monument

 

Located today in the front section of the roll-call area is the monument created in 1968 by Nandor Glid. It is a warning reminder and commemoration of the suffering experienced by all prisoners.

The central sculpture is complemented by a traversable foundation and additional elements that symbolize the concentration camp, from the stations of the prisoners’ suffering to their liberation.

The international monument is conceived as a traversable construction and is made up of different monuments and memorial plaques

 

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