Ana Kriégel's parents have planted a tree in memory of the murdered schoolgirl in Co Kildare.
They attended a ceremony on the grounds of Leixlip Manor Hotel on Saturday evening, also unveiling a bench in her memory.
The bench features a plaque stating: "Forever loved. Forever cherished. Ana Kriégel."
14-year-old Ana was killed at a derelict farmhouse in Lucan in May 2018.
Earlier this month two teenage boys were found guilty of her murder.
Patric and Geraldine Kriégel attended the tree planting event in Leixlip yesterday evening, with a small crowd also in attendance.
Speaking ahead of the ceremony, local TD Catherine Murphy said the event was a small one to "mark Ana's life".
She observed: "[Patric and Geraldine] are very relieved the trial is over, and I think most people in the area are as well.
"There's a lot of coming to terms that is very difficult and will take a long time to happen."
She added that the new tree and bench are primarily "aimed at people that might walk from neighbouring estates".