Posted on July 10, 2012 by admin in Hamburg,Social Events,Venue
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While walking around the campus, you might stumble right into them: cobble stones embedded in the sidewalk pavement, the so-called ‘Stolpersteine’. These monuments created by Gunter Demnig commemorate Jewish Life in the university’s neighbourhood. You can hear the full story and even more about the university’s history on the historical campus tour on Wednesday, July 18. Sign up now, because this tour is limited to only 20 participants!

We thank the historical expert of the University of Hamburg, Eckart Krause, for offering the guided free tour titled ‘Aspects of a Neighbourhood: Our University in the Former Centre of Jewish Life in Hamburg’ on Wednesday evening, July 18, 19:00.


If you want to take part, please send quickly an email to the organizing team. First come, first serve! More information can be found here.