Rue d’Aubagne in Marseille: which project will fill the “hollow tooth” in 2025?

Rue d’Aubagne in Marseille: which project will fill the “hollow tooth” in 2025?
Rue d’Aubagne in Marseille: which project will fill the “hollow tooth” in 2025?

The gaping wound, in the heart of downtown Marseille, this hollow tooth which reminds everyone of the tragedy which pierced it on November 5, 2018, will soon be healed. More than five years now after the collapses which cost the lives of eight people, architects, technicians, elected officials and families of victims presented yesterday the highly anticipated project which will fill 63, 65 and 67 rue d’Aubagne.

Where our children have left what they hold most dear, their lives, there will be children’s laughter. With this place, life must resume, it must continue. We are ready to see a meeting point reborn from our tragedy“, begin, full of emotion, the Carpignano couple in video from Italy, parents of Simona, who died during the drama on rue d’Aubagne. A place “resources“, thought of as a memory, a symbol and a hope, first for the bereaved families, then the bruised neighborhood.”This space is what concentrates all our suffering, seeing it empty, cold, has become unbearable, we avoid it. It is a place of sadness, we hope that it becomes a place of new beginnings for everyone, that it is an opportunity to create new memories“, also translates Linda Larbi, cousin of Chérif Zemar, one of the victims.

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