As part of this exhibition, the memories of local people will be recorded and given pride of place.
What about you? Have you any family stories to share from these times?
What about photographs, postcards or letters?
From September 2020, you’ll be able to download them online and a selection will be chosen to feature in the exhibition as it travels through your area.
ORIGINAL, FREE AND OUTDOORS
THE NEXT APPOINTMENTS
Bastogne > Esplanade du Mardasson > 04/03 – 26/06/2021
VERDUN > QUAI DE LONDRES > 03/07/2021 – 10/10/2021
SAARBRÜCKEN > Schlossplatz > 16/10/2021 – 31/01/2022
LIÈGE > March – May 2022 (tbc)
SPINCOURT > June – August 2022 (tbc)
HOSINGEN > SEPT. – OCT. 2022 (TBC)
Starting December 2020, the immersive and participative ‘Land of Memory’ exhibition will be on the road, criss-crossing the Grande Région so you can find out more about the shared history of our different lands from before WW1 to the foundation of the Europe that we know today.
From Verdun to Liège, via Bastogne and Sarrebrück, the exhibition evokes our shared memory and history of those decades of the last century that shaped the world we know.
As the beating heart of Europe since distant times, the Greater Region is told through this exhibition by calling on the family memories of its inhabitants (souvenirs, photos, letters, etc.).
Latest contributions shared by the inhabitants of our Greater Region :