Stations of Remembrance in Innere Stadt

The inner city was traditionally home to many of Vienna’s Jewish population. Many Jewish shops also had their seat here, especially in the “textile district” around the Rudolfsplatz. Many of these people believed that their bourgeois standing would protect them from the fate of other, less fortuned Jews. However, this sense of security proved flawed as they too were stripped of their citizen’s rights and faced deportation.

 

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Drahtgasse 3 Plaque on the wall

2

Wipplingerstraße 13 Stones of Remembrance

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Passauerplatz 6 Stones of Remembrance

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Börsegasse 10 Stones of Remembrance

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Zelinkagasse Stones of Remembrance

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Schottenring 35 Stones of Remembrance

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Werdertorgasse 15 Plaque on the wall

6a

Werdertorgasse 4 Plaque on the wall

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Werdertorgasse 17 Stones of Remembrance

8

Heinrichsgasse 3 Stones of Remembrance

8a

Gonzagagasse 8 Stones of Remembrance

9

Judengasse 5 Stones of Remembrance

9a

Sterngasse 2 Stones of Remembrance

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Rabensteig 2 Stones of Remembrance

10a

Rotenturmstraße 21 Stones of Remembrance

11

Franz Josefskai 21 Stones of Remembrance

11a

Fleischmarkt 20 Stones of Remembrance

11b

Fleischmarkt 22 Stones of Remembrance

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Biberstraße 22 Stones of Remembrance

13

Ballgasse 4 Stones of Remembrance

13a

Annagasse 3a Stones of Remembrance

13b

Johannesgasse 18 Stones of Remembrance

14

Petersplatz 3 Stones of Remembrance

14a

Spiegelgasse 3 Stones of Remembrance

15

Schaufflergasse 2 Stones of Remembrance

16

Rathausstraße 20 Stones of Remembrance

16a

Grillparzerstraße 11 Stones of Remembrance

Philharmonikerstraße 2-4 Stones of Remembrance

Tuchlauben 21 Stones of Remembrance