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This is not to be missed. This sculpture in a part dedicated to remembrance is very well done and impactful. I read recently that Miami has the highest concentration of Holocaust survivors and it is impactful art in a place kind of devoid of anything...More
I went to see this, not knowing too much about the memorial itself. I’ve always known about the Holocaust but to see this memorial up close and learn in detail about what these families had went through and the millions of lives lost, their names...More
A small, yet moving memorial to the holocaust. Located just a couple of blocks north of Lincoln Road and by the Convention Center. Incredibly torturous statues surround the main sculpture of a huge arm with its hand reaching for the sky as hundreds of bodies...More
Have visited many holocaust museums and memorials, in Israel, Amsterdam, Berlin etc and they are all different. This one doesn’t leave much to the imagination. It’s quite brutal, but meantime very moving and atmospheric. It’s beautifully laid out in a nice setting, and gives you...More
Been here twice now. Created with respect, timeliness and genuine caring for the subject. Beautifully curated with loads of objects and articles. Still difficult to process
no matter how many times you visit. Different take away each time. Very poignant, heart wrenching, but a Must...More
My husband and I took the trolley over to this memorial a few times. We were so impressed and moved by it. The first time I saw it I thought of the victims of the holocaust and the hand as pointing up in hope and...More