5 public art installations in Rome

1) Stolpersteine

Just one of thousands of brass cobblestones embedded in the road throughout the city, each bearing the name and life dates of a resident who was killed or persecuted by the Nazis. Begun in 1992 by German artist Gunter Demnig, the project is ongoing, with cobbles in 22 European countries.

Stolpersteine in Italy

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