Pietre

Stumbling blocks

A different trail following the stumbling blocks commemorating Shoah victims. Every block tells a story, the stories of men and women that make us stamble and stop for a while not to forget them anymore. The stolpersteinen or stumbling blocks are a creation by Gunther Demnig and we can now find them in many European cities.

The project was realized thanks to the Jewish Community and the Municipality of Florence.

Discover also the itinerary Jewish Florence, including many monuments such as the Sinagogue in Firenze.

Walking route
Via del Gelsomino 29, Firenze26290
Via del Gelsomino 29, Firenze26290
Via del Gelsomino 29, Firenze26290
Via del Gelsomino 29, Firenze26290
Piazza Massimo D'Azeglio 12, Firenze26290
Piazza Massimo D'Azeglio 12, Firenze26290
Piazza Massimo D'Azeglio 12, Firenze26290
Piazza Massimo D'Azeglio 12, Firenze26290
Piazza delle Cure 7, Firenze26290
Piazza delle Cure 7, Firenze26290
Piazza delle Cure 7, Firenze26290
Piazza delle Cure 7, Firenze26290
Piazzale Donatello 15, Firenze26290
Piazzale Donatello 15, Firenze26290
Piazzale Donatello 15, Firenze26290
Piazzale Donatello 15, Firenze26290
Via Giovanni Bovio 1, Firenze26290
Via Giovanni Bovio 1, Firenze26290
Via Giovanni Bovio 1, Firenze26290
Via Giovanni Bovio 1, Firenze26290
Via Giovanni Bovio 7, Firenze26290
Via Giovanni Bovio 7, Firenze26290
Via Giovanni Bovio 7, Firenze26290
Via Giovanni Bovio 7, Firenze26290
Via del Proconsolo 6, Firenze26290
Via del Proconsolo 6, Firenze26290
Via del Proconsolo 6, Firenze26290
Via del Proconsolo 6, Firenze26290
Via Ghibellina 102, Firenze26290
Via Ghibellina 102, Firenze26290
Via Ghibellina 102, Firenze26290
Via Ghibellina 102, Firenze26290
Via Marsala 2, Firenze26290
Via Marsala 2, Firenze26290
Via Marsala 2, Firenze26290
Via Marsala 2, Firenze26290
Viale Giovanni Amendola, Firenze (pressi civico 2)26290
Viale Giovanni Amendola, Firenze (pressi civico 2)26290