It is not well marked on the map, it is in Washington Park tucked between SW Wright Ave and SW Washington Way. It is outdoors and free. The wall is simple and profound with excerpts from a collection of victims' diaries. Remains of some victims are reportedly buried under the monument as a means of helping the world remain connected to the travesty. The best part of the monument was the collection of artifacts scattered on the pathway leading to the wall. Well worth 20-30 minutes to view and contemplate.
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