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kal042.jpg The 'Witiminiassa' forest [54 KB]
The “Witiminiassa” forest was in the past a place of inspiration for passing
the time on the day of “Lag Baomer” for many of the Town's residents.

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kal043.jpg After the Holocaust, the 'Witiminiassa' forest turned into a place of communion with the memory of those who were murdered there [51 KB]
After the Holocaust, the “Witiminiassa” forest turned into a place of communion with the
memory of those who were murdered there, and a “mass grave” was erected in their memory

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