Yad Vashem has had a face lift since I was last there, and it is still as powerful and emotive. It was extremely busy when we went, it was fully of tour groups which can take away from its impact. You get the impression that some people in tour groups are only there because they have to. The exihibition is very large and will take a long time to get through, so I recommend you don't try and read everything near the beginning, as you will soon have information overload and will tire before the end. The pictures alone can speak louder than words. The whole place is a sobering experience, and is a welcoming break from all the crazy religousness that Jerusalem prides itself on.
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