As stated in title it will make you think about horrors which can be made from human hand.Nice statue.Busy location !
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We would have spent more time here, but the parking situation had us nervous, as we were not sure we were legally parked. But spend 10-15 minutes here... it will remind you how citizens can be fooled by their government.
I couldn't quite work out as to why Miami had a holocaust memorial but I'm glad they did. It's a very emotional place. There is a lot to read which can be hard at times. The setting is very peaceful with poignant statues.
A memorial to remember the 6 million Jews murdered in the Holocaust. It is meant to be a place of reflection and beauty to remember those who have no graves, with a lily pond and trellises. The architecture (upraised arm) is desperate and hopeful at...More
You can see the hand reaching for the sky from blocks away. Figures cling to it as if trying to escape the horror.It is the courtyard centerpiece of the memorial. The indoor museum has pictures and stories describing some of the events during World War...More
The are where the memorial is located is a nice quiet little park. Perhaps because of the memorial it is a lonely place. There are some benches to sit and a little pond.
This is a beautiful memorial that takes you through an emotional journey through the Holocaust. The sculptures will take your breath away and give you an insight into sheer horror.
Didn't know what to expect but were instantly moved by this memorial. It was factual and very well presented. The exhibits are stunning and capture the enormity of the dreadful events that took place. A truly humbling experience as it has happened in our lifetime....More