To mark its fiftieth anniversary, the outstanding creation of Edvard Ravnika, the cemetery of Kampor Concentration Camp on the island of Rab, was matched by the installation of a memorial plaque featuring the names of all the 1433 victims of fascism. The plaque keeps pace with the technological innovativeness and the permanence of the existing creation. A discreetly placed 18 meter-long metal plaque hovers above the existing stone wall, fixed by a “dry method” using drilled cylinders joining the stone like wedges. The names are inscribed into the upper part of the 5 mm layer by laser and are readable in all lighting conditions; the texture is indestructible, and needs no maintenance. A five-pointed star between the names, the symbol of resistance, is at the same time a functional part of the connecting screws in the stainless steel layer.