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Obj. ID: 48146
Jewish Funerary Art
  Memorial plaque to the Kremzir and Weiss Families on the cemetery chapel in Rijeka, Croatia, 2000

© Center for Jewish Art, Photographer: Levin, Vladimir, 7.2021

Memorial Name

No official name

Who is Commemorated?

The Kremzir and Weiss Families

Description:

A black marble plaque is affixed to the northern wall of the cemetery chapel. A small metal vase for flowers is attached to its right side.

Inscription

Croatian 

Žrtve Fašizma

Artur Kremzir rođ 1870
Josipa Kremzir rođ Wortmann rođ 1883
Elly Weiss rođ Kremzir rođ 1902
Đuro Weiss rođ 1903
Milorad Weiss rođ 1929
Tanja Weiss rođ 1934

Za vjecni spomen

Primarius Dr Ernest Kremzir
Porezni inspektor Robert Kremzir
Kap duge plovidbe Commodore Pavao Kremzir

Translation:

Victims of Fascism: Artur Kremzir, born in 1870; Josipa Kremzir, nee Wortmann, born in 1883; Elly Weiss, nee Kremzir, born in 1902; Đuro Weiss, born in 1903; Milorad Weiss, born in 1929; Tanja Weiss, born in 1934.

For eternal memory: Primarius Dr. Ernest Kremzir [d. 1980]; tax inspector Robert Kremzir [d. 1991]; captain of the long voyage, Commodore Pavao Kremzir [d. 2000].

Commissioned by

The Kremzir Family

Summary and Remarks

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Memorial plaque to the Kremzir and Weiss Families on the cemetery chapel in Rijeka | Unknown
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Vladimir Levin, Ekaterina Oleshkevich | 2021
Author of description
Vladimir Levin | 2023
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Keller Foundation | 2021
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