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The Holocaust monument

Category Memorials and monuments, Historical Attractions
Klooga alevik, Keila vald, Harjumaa
Coordinates 59.328987, 24.218245
GPS: 59° 19' 44" N, 24° 13' 6" E

The Holocaust monument in Klooga near Tallinn stands in the
exact place of burning the bodies of 2000 Jews murdered there.
Klooga is one of the two gloomy concentration camps located
in German occupied Estonia during the II World War. The 2000
victims were buried on the 19th of August 1944.

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