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An heart touching tribute to those who died in the Holocaust, it gives a first appearance of being a solid concrete structure, but on approaching, you take the steps down into the interior of the monument, once there you will find a number of murals,...More
very cold and heart shattering which is in my mind the meaning of the holocaust, this time in humanity is the darkest and most brutal time in the history of mankind. This site invokes the despair , and brutality of it all.
This place is designed to evoke the feelings of sadness, grief, despair, and hopelessness which make up the spirit of the holocaust. Lots of high walls, sharp angles, and plain gray concrete fill the space. There are some things to read, but it is mostly...More
To truly tell the story of one of the darkest stains on humanity is almost an impossibility, however, this broken Star Of David does come very close,
It is a simple monument in design, however, the starkness combined with the photos and stories of the...More
Was passing by so decided to check it out. I don't understand this monument. It is a huge, ugly pile of concrete that fails to illicit any emotion. Also unsure why such a huge monument was placed in such a key location when Canada had...More
While almost impossible to visualise from ground level, the memorial is actually shaped as a distorted Star of David. The stark concrete interior is etched in places with scenes from the concentration camps, while simple plaques on the walls tell the equally brutal story of...More
The Uber driver didn't even know about this new memorial. But there were a fair amount of people there, though it was not crowded. The arhcitecture is magnificent, and the sad story of the Holocaust is told well.