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February 04, 2020
A thirteenth century anti-Semitic sculpture is displayed at St. Marien church in Wittenberg, Germany,...
Wittenberg, Germany
Judgement in "Judensau" sculpture decision in Wittenberg
A thirteenth century anti-Semitic sculpture is displayed at St. Marien church in Wittenberg, Germany, January 24, 2020. A court is expected to rule on a motion seeking the removal of the 700-year-old sculpture known as “Judensau” or Jew pig. It is one of around 20 such relics from the Middle Ages that still feature on churches across Germany and elsewhere in Europe. A sign underneath the plaque urges people to think about the anti-Semitism that prevailed at the time it was made. Picture taken January 24, 2020. REUTERS/Annegret Hilse
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