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26th part of Drama cultural routes – MONUMENT FOR THE GREEK-JEWISH VICTIMS OF THE HOLOCAUST

2500 YEARS OF HISTORY IN ONE HOUR

Drama Cultural Route

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26th part of Drama cultural routes – MONUMENT FOR THE GREEK-JEWISH VICTIMS OF THE HOLOCAUST

IN 1999, THE “MONUMENT for the Greek-Jewish Victims of the Holocaust” was built next to the small open-air theatre, which used to be the Joseph Faratzis tobacco storehouse, behind the “Visitor Information Center”, with the contribution of the Municipality of Drama, the Managerial Committee of the Israeli Community of Kavala and the Central Israeli Council of Greece. On 3rd March 1943, the Bulgarians gathered the Greek-Jewish inhabitants of Drama in the Joseph Faratzis’ tobacco warehouse and from there began their torturous march to the extermination camp of Treblinka II in Poland.
 

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