Powerful! What a memorial. Designed in a way that you can skip some of the more graphic video footage. I would not being a small child into the main area. (They have designed a great kid's section that is more gentle on the subject matter.) You start at the top with pre-war Germany and make your way down to the concentration camps, then post war. I found the interviews of the survivors the most touching. I learned a lot and I thought I had studied this subject. It isn't all horror and sadness. The stories of resistance, and of those that tried to help were very moving. I will never forget the Holocaust. I was scared to visit because I knew it would be sad but I am so glad I went. The need to remember is worth a little uncomfortable moments. Plan about three hours or more. My one complaint, it was too crowded and too hard to see everything. The print on many of the displays was too hard too read. At the start, I felt pushed along by the crowd.
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