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The museum Forum for Living History in the Old Town of Stockholm

The Forum for Living History is more than a museum, it's also a government agency under the department of Culture with the task to inform about the Holocaust during the second world war, genocide and communistic regime's crime against humanity.

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LAT = 59.324964, LONG = 18.067907

Info about the museum Forum for Living History in the Old Town

The museum Forum for Living History is located at Stora Nygatan 10-12 in the Old Town (see map below). Open hour's ar normally Monday-Friday 12-17 and Saturdays 12-16. We do recommend that you check these open hours at their own Web Site by the Home Page button above due to season variations.

The Museum is modern with several exhibitions and check by the Home Page button above what's going on right now. The museum is adopted for disabled persons with lifts, hearing loops, ramp at the entrance etc.

Some examples of exhibitions are listed below:

Anne Frank

Anne Frank - "If I only where allowed to be myself". An exhibition about the person Anne Frank and the prejudice she encountered together with the racist view of humans during the Holocaust.

About the genocide by the Turks of the Armenians in 1915. How the Turks murdered and expelled more than 1 million Armenians and hundreds of thousands Syrians, Chaldeans and Greeks.

In 2000 Sweden ratified the Stockholm declaration saying that the government should support memorials, studies and exhibitions of the Holocaust with the purpose of motivate people to work for all human's equal value.

The YouTube film shows the memorial in 2016 of the Holocaust at Raoul Wallenberg Square in Stockholm