A Stolperstein (stumbling stone) embedded in the pavement outside a flat in Berlin.
Begun in the 1990s by German artist Gunter Demnig, the Stolpersteine mark the last place of residence of those persecuted by the Nazi regime and share basic details of that person's life. Over 75,000 Stolpersteine have been placed in numerous countries, and the project continues. This one reads:
Here lived Gertrud Baruch.
Born in 1876.
Deported 24 Oct 1941 to Łódź / Litzmannstadt.
Murdered 4 May 1942.
November 2014 ▪ iPhone 5S