A "Totem for Peace" formed by a red sail, symbol of the tragedies that brought bloodshed to the Mediterranean, Europe and the Middle East as well as two yellow and orange semicircles, representing dawn and sunset. This is the award, signed by the sculptor Mario Molinari, of "Memoriae", the second edition of the  event in memory of the Shoah, which was held on Monday 7 February at the Sala Filangieri of the Tribunale Amministrativo Regionale per la Campania.

- As for the section  Memoriae of the Shoah, the Prize was awarded to the sisters  Andra and Tatiana Bucci, born in Fiume and deported to the concentration camp of Birkenau at the age of 4 and 7, together with other family members;

- As for the section  Other  Memoriae, the Prize awarded to Lawyer Pasquale Cappuccio, brutally killed by the Camorra more than 30 years ago, was collected by his daughter  Emma Lorena;

- As for the section Postmemoriae, the Prize was awarded to the memory of Shmuel Haddas, first Israeli Ambassador to the Holy See  who died in January 2010.

Watch Videos: 1234 - 5 - 6

Brochure | Poster | Press release | Press | Memoriae