Totally moving and amazing memorial I cried all the way around nothing to dislike loved the whole design
If you're in the Miami Beach area, the memorial is well worth your time. It will invoke memories of the Holocaust, of course, and remind visitors anew of the terrible loss incurred.
If you have nothing to do, then go read some history and take beautiful pictures here. Not much to see or read but it is def one time visit!!
We live two blocks away from the memorial. The outside architecture wasn’t too appealing to us, but a thorough visit made us change our mind. The series of displayed pictures just takes you. From inside, the architecture takes quite a stunning turn. It also helps you to reflect on how crazy people can be - there has been so many... More
Passed by the sculpture on an open top bus and returned on foot later. Tranquill spot with the garden behind it and a really thought provoking sculpture with the hand pointing towards the sky and the figures and tattoo on the arm.
The place is simple, but fascinating for those who like history and have studied about the american participation in the 2WW. I totally recommend this ride if you're staying in Miami. Get yourself a little bit of culture and take nice pictures easily and for free ;)
Today I took my group of Young Adults from Chabad of Kendall Friendships Circle to the Holocaust Memorial. We had an incredible opportunity to meet a Holocaust survivor. We heard a Holocaust survivor Mr. Isaac Klein speak about his experience in the Holocaust. It was amazing to hear a first -hand account of the Holocaust. We were fortunate to have... More
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