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German Street Curiosities

Il existe en Allemagne plusieurs objets que l’on ne rencontre jamais dans les rues françaises et qui font partie du quotidien. Depuis mon arrivée ici, ils me rappellent que je ne suis pas en France, et en tant que nouvelle francfortoise, je ne peux m’empêcher de les remarquer : 1,185 more words


Stumbling to Remember

“The living owe it to those who no longer can speak to tell their story for them.” – Czeslaw Milosz

I tripped, which probably wouldn’t surprise most who know me.   354 more words


Follow the golden-cobblestone road

By Maya Hutchinson

Today’s walk took an unexpected turn as I hit a gold mine. Almost literally.

After tripping on the uneven cobblestones of the Via del Portico D’Ottavia, I took a step back to find the culprit. 737 more words


Open Your Eyes And See!!!

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With its beautiful skyline, it is easy to understand why Frankfurt is a major air, rail and road transport hub. Frankfurt am Main, as we all know, is the largest financial centre of Europe and is home to several big commercial banks such as, European Central Bank(EZB), Deutsche Bundesbank and the Frankfurt Stock Exchange. 559 more words


Kristallnacht and Mauthausen // November 9th and 13th

On November 9th we were called together one evening in preparation of our visit to Mauthausen, a labor camp from the Holocaust. We learned more about Salzburg’s, and Austria’s, history during the time of the Nazis.

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Let Social Media Inspire You #2

Here lived…..

Gedenktag 9. November – Den Opfern zur Erinnerung, den Lebenden zur Mahnung. #Stolpersteine #Demnig #keinverblassen pic.twitter.com/E4OqOIldTE

— Stolpersteine (@_Stolpersteine_) November 9, 2015

November 9, 1938 was called…

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