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Remembrance Ceremony at the former so-called "Gypsy Camp" in Hodonin u Kunstatu

Mass in the place of former Gypsy Camp (Photo: Jana Šustová) The Museum of Romani Culture cordially invites you to the Remembrance Ceremony at the former so-called "Gypsy Camp" in Hodonin u Kunstatu. During World War II, the former "Gypsy Camp" in Hodinin u Kunstatu hosted almost 1400 individuals, 300 of whom died at this location.

The Remembrance Ceremony will take place on Sunday, August 19 th, at 11:00 am in the area of the former camp in Hodonin u Kunstatu.

Žalov Memorial (Photo: Jana Šustová) Program of the Remembrance Ceremony:

9:30 Bus departure from Brno (Museum of Romani Culture).

11:00 Mass in the place of former "Gypsy Camp".

12:00 Visit of Žalov Memorial.

13:00 Memorial in Hodonin u Kunstatu. History and the future.

Exhibition opening: Porrajmos (produced by Lidice Memorial)

14:30 Remembrance Ceremony at Černovice Cemetery.

15:30 Bus departure from Černovice.

A private bus transport for visitors will be available. The bus is for free and will leave Brno on Sunday, August 19 th, at 9:30 am. Please R.V.S.P. by August 10 th by emailing or phoning +420 545 571 798.

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