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Reviewed July 21, 2019

I give those who developed this memorial a lot of credit. Rather than have this painful chapter of human history and misery tucked away in a discreet, far off corner of the city, this memorial is in the heart of Boston near Faneuil Hall. Amidst a number of great establishments for food, drink, and entertainment, this set of columns is a solemn, powerful reminder of the horrors of the Holocaust. The towering columns have numbers etched, representing concentration camp tattoos inmates were branded with. Along the walls of the towers are incredibly sad quotations from concentration camp survivors. In the midst of taking in all that Boston has to offer, spend a few quiet, reflective moments in this memorial, and you will walk away very moved by this experience.

Date of experience: July 2019
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Reviewed July 21, 2019

A beautiful monument in honor of the jewish people who lost their lives in the holocaust. It is shocking to see all the numbers of the glass etched in, each number represents a life lost.Sad to hear it was vandalized at one point. Let's show some respect for the lost lives people.

Date of experience: July 2019
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Reviewed July 19, 2019

Very moving. Just walking through and looking at the numbers and reading the short remarks is chilling.

Date of experience: July 2019
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Reviewed July 16, 2019

With a group of young people from Michigan walking around early on a Sunday morning in Boston. We came upon this site by accident. Saw the glass towers and went to check it out.

Stunning. Inspiring. Breathtaking and powerful. We went from a lound noisy group to quiet and subdued in minutes. What a powerful way to tell the story of the holocaust.

The quotes and inscriptions were powerful. The magnitude of the place brings to light how terrible a time this was. It is also a reminder of how a political movement can become a reign of terror when no one speaks up.

That this is open to the public and is free, is so great. That it lies close to the Freedom Trail is so perfect. When in Boston, this is a must see

Date of experience: June 2019
Thank Jeffrey D
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Reviewed July 15, 2019

We saw this across the street as we were following the Freedom Trail. Well worth the stop and completely heart-breaking. Take the time to read everything.

Date of experience: June 2019
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