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Memorial name

“Likę laiptai” (The Remaining Stairs)

Who is Commemorated?

The children of the Vilnius Ghetto

Description:

The monument is situated in the compound of the Jewish Sholom Aleikhem ORT Gymnasium. It is a composition of granite blocks arranged as three stairs, the middle of the three being slightly moved to the right. A pen is placed on this middle stair.

A metal plaque with the name of the monument, the dates of World War Two, the names of the author and donors is located on the left-hand side, under a bench.

Inscriptions:

“Likę laiptai”

Translation: "The Remaining Stairs"

1939 09 01 – 1945 05 08

Dovanoja:
Mindaugas Šnipas (autorius),
Finkelšteinai, Maizėliai, Todesai, Žiburkai

Translation: Gift by: Mindaugas Šnipas (author) / The Finkelsteins, Maizels, Todes, Žiburkus


Commissioned by:

The Jewish Sholom Aleikhem ORT Gymnasium

The Finkelstein, Maizėl, Todes, Žiburks families


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"The Remaining Stairs" monument to the children of the Vilnius Ghetto in the Jewish School in Vilnius | Unknown
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Lithuania | Vilnius County | Vilnius
| Kraševskio St. 5
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A582586