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Visiting Info
Opening Hours:

Sunday to Wednesday: 09:00-17:00
Thursday: 9:00-20:00 *
Fridays and Holiday eves: 09:00-14:00.

Yad Vashem is closed on Saturdays and all Jewish Holidays.

* The Holocaust History Museum, Museum of Holocaust Art, Exhibitions Pavilion and Synagogue are open until 20:00. All other sites close at 17:00.

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Locket Holding the Photos of the Two Lovvy Brothers, who were Killed Defending their Homeland, Italy, During World War I

Locket holding the portraits of Dario and Tullio Lovvy, who were killed defending their homeland, Italy, during World War I.

Their aunt, Anna Spiegel née Lovvy wore the locket. Anna was arrested and held at the La Risiere di San Sabba camp, and sent from there to Auschwitz where she was murdered

Dr. Tullio Lovvy, in a photo preserved by his relative, Gigliola Columbo Lopez

Dario Lovvy, in a photo preserved by his relative, Gigliola Columbo Lopez

Memorial stone for the brothers Dario and Tullio Lovvy, who fought as Italian soldiers and fell in battle. The memorial stone is at the entrance of the Jewish cemetery in Genoa

Memorial plaque in the synagogue in Genoa, inscribed with the names of the soldiers of the Jewish community who fell in World War I, among them Dario and Tullio Lovvy

The military ribbons of one the Lovvy brothers, preserved by their relative, Gigliola Columbo Lopez

Carlo Lovvy and Linda née Lattes, in a photo preserved by a relative, Silvia Calderoni Foa

Linda Lovvy née Lattes, in a photo preserved by a relative, Silvia Calderoni Foa

The abandoned factory that served as the concentration camp "La Risiere di San Sabba", Trieste, Italy

Excerpt from the memorial book for the victims of the Holocaust in Italy, listing the details of Anna Spiegel née Lovvy

Anna Spiegel née Lovvy was arrested and held in La Risiere di San Sabba concentration camp, where the locket with portraits of her nephews who fell in World War I was taken from her. From La Risiere she was deported to Auschwitz, where she was murdered.