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Bikernieki Memorial (Burial)
Riga
Bikernieki forest is the biggest mass murder site during The Holocaust in Latvia with two memorial territories spanning over 80,000 square metres (860,000 sq ft) with 55 marked burial sites with around 20,000 victims buried in total.
Copyright: Aleksandr Galiullin
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Taken: 13/05/2012
Uploaded: 13/05/2012
Updated: 14/05/2012
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