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Memorial is well done and one of the better one’s that I have visited.
The arms with visible tattoos is gut wrenching.
Hard to believe people could do that to other people.
Love the quote from Anne Frank “then in spite of everything, I still...More
This is one of the most heart-rending memorials I've ever seen. At close range, one can see the people clinging to the arm and the tatooed numbers on their arms are visable. It brought tears to my eyes and is a must-see when visiting Miami...More
The memorial is located in an easily accessible part of town. It was smaller than I had imagined, but it was beautiful. The sculptures were well-detailed and very moving. Staff was very friendly. Definitely worh going
The Holocaust museum is a must see i DC. This museum is very well put together and very Thought provoking. We went in the winter and the museum was free. Plan on spending two hours at the museum because it is very large. There are...More
The entire museum is outdoors. The displays are very moving. It is a short walk from Lincoln Road. We have been to many other Holocaust museums that were far more elaborate, but it is still a moving reminder of this awful time in history.
Miami Beach’s thought-provoking Holocaust Memorial is a tribute and open park dedicated to the memory and legacy of the 6 million Jews killed during World War II. There is a series of heartfelt sculptures and educational walls in a quiet, commemorative setting. The beautiful memorial...More
This is a wonderful memorial highlighting the worst excesses of a tyrant not that long ago. It is imaginative, informative and hopefully, a place visited by all schools in the area. Mans inhumanity to man must never be forgotten.
The design and the message create an environment where you can pause to think, contemplate, and to try understand how under the worst of circumstances, a strong helping hand can make all the difference.