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New England Holocaust Memorial

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Address: Between Congress and Union Streets, Boston, MA 02109
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The six glass towers of this striking memorial serve to represent the six...

The six glass towers of this striking memorial serve to represent the six million Jews who perished in the Holocaust, six main Nazi death camps and the candles on a menorah.

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This monument is well thought out. The design is very symbolic, you can literally "feel" what it was like for those living through the holocaust.

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Frederick, Maryland
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Reviewed 2 days ago NEW

This monument is well thought out. The design is very symbolic, you can literally "feel" what it was like for those living through the holocaust.

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Riverside, California
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Reviewed 1 week ago NEW

It's sits open on the street right in front of Bostons oldest restaurant, easy to find and u can walk right up and take pictures next to the towers, it is right near Quincy market

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Brookline, Massachusetts
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Very moving, quiet unusual memorial with large pillars with names of the murdered.It's outdoors so needs decent weather and is a bit hard to find.

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Rye, New Hampshire
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Reviewed 1 week ago

We literally walked through it, and the heat coming through the vents was welcome on an unusually cold May day. It's a beautifully designed memorial and a testament to the victims.

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The New England Holocaust Memorial is conveniently located near Faneuil Hall and absolutely worth a visit. It's simply offers a brief, meaningful stroll through sad, powerful Holocaust memories. It provides a wonderful opportunity to reflect on the dangers of hatred and to remember the victims of terror.

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Cincinnati, Ohio
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Reviewed 1 week ago

This memorial is moving and saddening. It is a moment of solace and reflection in a city full of history, remembering Holocaust victims and sharing quotes from survivors. Each of the six glass towers has one million numbers etched on it: the identification codes of the six million victims. There is also a timeline of events.

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Houston, Texas
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Pictures do not do the Memorial justice. Strikes a perfect balance between informing and educating people and remembering a horrible time. Whether you are knowledgeable about the Holocaust or this is an introduction to what happened to innocent people you will be moved by the Memorial. Definitely must experience.

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West Saint Paul, Minnesota, USA
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Reviewed 1 week ago

I saw good reviews to stop and see this, however, I didn't know it was right in front of your face when you are in the historic part of Boston - we just fell upon it when going to the Union Oyster House - right across the street. Spend some time going into these beautiful glass monuments - there are... More 

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Reviewed 1 week ago

It is beautiful to be able to experience a significant moment in history. It helps educate others on the hardships and triumphs of those held in concentration camps. Definitely, would recommend.

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Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We kind of stumbled upon this without knowing, even though it was on our list. It was lit up nicely at night, and added to the solemnity, but harder to see some of it. Nice that the American's have one though.

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