A memorial stone to Shmuel Beiral

Memorial stones are commemorative plaques installed on sidewalks or street pavements to commemorate the victims of National Socialism. These stones are placed near former homes, educational institutions or workplaces, reminding us that specific people who built local communities suffered or died during the Holocaust.
Currently, almost 70,000 such memorial markers are installed, and together they form the world’s largest open-air memorial museum.
Businessman, and public figure Šmuel Beiralas was born in 1883. November 20 in Alytus.
After the restoration of Lithuanian statehood (in 1918), he actively participated in the creation of the self-government institutions of the city of Alytus and the county. He was an active member of various Lithuanian and Jewish societies.
in 1942 killed in Vidzgiri forest.