The word "Abschied" (Farewell) can be seen on a memorial plaque in the outisde area of the newly opened Holocaust Memorial site in the cellar of the European Central Bank in Frankfurt, Germany, 20 November 2015. Between 1941-1945 the Nazis gathered over 10,000 Jews in the basement of the former Grossmarkthalle and deported them to the ghettos and extermination camps. Most of these people were murdered, only 179 survived. The restored market hall is part of the new ECB Ensemble, which was officially opened on 18 March 2015. Photo: BORIS ROESSLER/DPA

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The word "Abschied" (Farewell) can be seen on a memorial plaque in the outisde area of the newly opened Holocaust Memorial site in the cellar of the European Central Bank in Frankfurt, Germany, 20 November 2015. Between 1941-1945 the Nazis gathered over 10,000 Jews in the basement of the former Grossmarkthalle and deported them to the ghettos and extermination camps. Most of these people were murdered, only 179 survived. The restored market hall is part of the new ECB Ensemble, which was officially opened on 18 March 2015. Photo: BORIS ROESSLER/DPA
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