Yad Vashem, the Holocaust museum is what you would expect it to be in Israel, the most impressive reminder in the world of the cruelty and savagery of which man is capable. The exhibits and memorials tear at one's heart as you walk through the simulated experience of a victim. In addition to this, the Museum's archives are the most complete for researching Jewish (and often Christian) ancestry. Justin Welby, the Archbishop of Canterbury, recently (June 2013) visited and discovered that he had Jewish relatives who were killed in the Holocaust.
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