Vilnius, here where Mitteleurope ends


The photographs in this report depict the unseen: crumbs of a world that is now extinct. The capital of Lithuania, barycentre of Jewish culture and the Yiddish language, experienced the most systematic Holocaust in recorded history.

The photographs in this report depict the unseen: crumbs of a world that is now extinct. The capital of Lithuania, barycentre of Jewish culture and the Yiddish language, experienced the most systematic Holocaust in recorded history.

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