Die symbolischen Steine

Viele spezielle und symbolische Steine ​​wurden schon von der ganzen Welt gespendet für die Ausstellung in dem kuenftigen Friedenszentrum:

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AUERBACH (Deutschland)

Maffeispiele - Auerbach (Germany) Knabenkappele - Auerbach (Germany)Auerbach (Germany)

Maffeispiele and Knabenkapelle, and the Mayor of Auerbach/Opf.


Children of Hauptschool, Auerbach (Germany)A stone given by the Children of Hauptschool, Auerbach


BAMBERGH (Deutschland)

Bamberg (Germany)Stones from Bambergh and Nürnbergh


BITTERFELD (Deutschland)

bitterfeldA sand stone given by Konrad Adenauer’s grandson, Sven-Georg Adenauer, in Bitterfeld


BONN – MUSEUMASMELLE (Deutschland)

Rotary Club Bonn-Museumasmelle (Germany)A stone given by the Rotary Club Bonn-Museumasmeile


BREISACH (Deutschland)

breisachA stone donated by the Mayor of the City of Breisach


BUCHENWALD (Deutschland)

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Three stones from the Buchenwald quarry, given by Professor Józef Szajna, former prisoner of KL Auschwitz and Buchenwald and by Józef Stós, former prisoner number 752 of KL Auschwitz and by Professor Dr. Volkhard Knigge, Director of the Foundation of Buchenwald and Mittelbau
- Dora Memory Place.


COESFELD – NORDHEIN – WESTFALEN (Deutschland)

Coesfeld- Nordrhein Westfalen district (Germany)A stone from the Coesfeld-Nordrhein Westfalen district

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DRESDEN (Deutschland)

Dresden (Germany)A stone donated by Mayor of the City of Dresden


Frauenkirche Dresden (Germany)A stone from Frauenkirche Dresden


ERLANGEN (Deutschland)

Erlangen (Germany)A stone given by the Mayor of Erlangen


FREIBURG (Deutschland)

Kantatenchoir, Freiburg (Germany)A stone donated by Kantatenchoir, Freiburg

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GEHRDEN (Deutschland)

Gehrden (Germany)A stone given by Mayor of the City of Gehrden


GULDENFINGEN (Deutschland)

Guldenfingen (Germany)A stone given by the Mayor of Guldenfingen


HALBERSTADT (Deutschland)

“Policemen Help Ukraine”, Halberstadt (Germany)A stone from the Organisation “Policemen Help Ukraine”, Halberstadt


HANNOVER (Deutschland)

Dr. Janusz MÅ‚ynarski, former prisoner of KL Auschwitz, no. 355A stone given by Dr. Janusz MÅ‚ynarski, former prisoner of KL Auschwitz, no. 355


Hannover (Germany)A stone given by the Mayor of Hannover


HEIDELBERG (Deutschland)

Deutscher Sinti und Roma Heidelberg (Germany)A stone jointly given by the President of the Central Council of Roma People and Sinti in Germany, Romani Rose and Hugo Hoellenreiner, former prisoner of the KL Auschwitz


HEITERSHEIM (Deutschland)

Heitersheim (Germany)A stone donated by the Mayor of Heitersheim


HERRNE (Deutschland)

Herrne (Germany)A stone from the Children and the Youth Parliament of the city of Herrne


HETTSTEDT (Deutschland)

Hettstedt (Germany)A stone from the A. Kolping Vocational Education Centre from Hettstedt

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KERPEN (Deutschland)

Kerpen (Germany)A stone from the Mayor of Kerpen, Marienfeld-Köln


LANEUVEVILLE (France)

Laneuveville (France)A stone given by the Mayor of Laneuveville

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MAGDEBURG (Deutschland)

Magdeburg (Germany)A stone given by the Action Reconciliation and the Lions Club of the city of Magdeburg


MICHELFELD (Deutschland)

Regens Wagner- Stiftung, Michelfeld (Germany)A stone from Regens Wagner-Stiftung, Michelfeld


NIEPOKALANÓW (Polen)

Niepokalanów Monastery (Poland)A stone given by the guardian of the Niepokalanów Monastery

 


NOVACELLA (Italien)

Novacella (Italy)A stone donated by Singkreis Neustift, Novacella


NÃœRNBERGH (Deutschland)

Jerusalem (Israel)Pastor Hansjürgen Kitzinger from Nürnbergh donated a stone from one of the oldest Christian temples in Jerusalem


A stone from Jerusalem - Nürnberg (Germany)A stone from Jerusalem (Mose’s rock) given by Pastor Hansjürgen Kitzinger, Nürnberg


OSNABRÃœCK (Deutschland)

Osnabrück Cathedral choir conductor (Germany)A stone given by the Osnabrück Cathedral choir conductor


Osnabrück (Germany)A stone given by the Mayor of Osnabrück


OVERATH (Deutschland)

Paul Klee Gymnasium, Overath (Germany)A stone from the Paul Klee Gymnasium, Overath

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RZESZÓW (Polen)

Rzeszow (Poland)The stone from Wanda Siemaszkowa Theatre in Rzeszów


SCHÖNEBECK (Deutschland)

Schönebeck (Germany)A stone given by the Mayor of Schönebeck


STRALSUND (Deutschland)

Straisund (Germany)A part of a brick from the Medieval town hall in Stralsund (Germany), given by the Mayor of Stralsund

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TAPABOSTES (Romania)

Lions Club Tapabostes (Romania)A stone from the Lions Club Tapabostes


TEREZIN (Czech Republic)

Terezin (Czech Republic)A stone from Terezin given by Mayor of Terezin


TORINO (Italy)

Torino (Italy)A stone from Torino


VOLGOGRAD – STALINGRAD (Russia)

City of Volgograd- StalingradBricks from the mausoleum of the City of Volgograd-Stalingrad

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WOLFEN, LIONS CLUB GERMANY District 111 (Germany)

District 111 - Lions Club Germany, Wolfen (Germany)Stones from the Lions Club from Germany, District 111 and the Mayor of the City of Wolfen


WUNSTORF (Germany)

Wunstorf (Germany)A stone from Weisse Rose, the organization from the City of Wunstorf

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HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES (United States of America)

US American Members of the House of RepresentativesIndividual stone plates from a group of US American members of the House of Representatives

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ALNOR (Israel)

Alnor (Israel)A stone given by Elementary School Segev Shalom, Alnor


BE’ER SHEVA (Israel)

Lions Club Be’er Sheva (Israel)A stone from Be’er Sheva, Lions Club

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HIROSHIMA (Japan)

Hiroshima (Japan)Donated by Mayor of Hiroshima on the 13th June 2006

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JERUSALEM (Israel)

Jerusalem (Israel)Jerusalem (Israel)A piece of the Western Wall in Jerusalem

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NAGASAKI (Japan)

Nagasaki (Japan)A part of a tile from Nagasaki destroyed by a nuclear bomb, given by the Reverend Roman Kwiecień OSF


NAZARETH (Israel)

Chapel of Nazareth (Israel)A part of the Chapel of Nazareth

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