A most moving memorial by Barbara F. on Oct 11, 2005
The grounds, though small, contain moving photograghs in a manner that convey the atrocities that took place. There is a small area to reflect on all that you have just seen..A place to pray nothing like that can ever happen... provided byinsiderpages.com
In Memory of The Six Million Jewish Victims by Christina P. on Jul 21, 2005
A statue of a giant arm, tattooed with a number from Auschwitz, rises from the ground...The lonely path...some great shots can be taken here.It is a dark and lonely stone tunnel illuminated little sunlight, horrible memory... provided byinsiderpages.com
A completely worthwhile experience by Sara H. on Jun 30, 2005
This memorial to the Holocaust is probably the most moving I've seen anywhere and rivals any of the war memorials in Washington DC. I won't describe it, but I will say that it's a must-see in Miami. It might not be your idea... provided byinsiderpages.com
Reflection by Contributor on Sep 15, 2007
Then comes the marble wall where the names of those that died on those horrendous times. It is the smallest museum, but a nice thing to do to come in, reflect. After all we live and breath history, and history gets created... provided bycitysearch.com
Astonishingly Powerful! by D. R. on Jun 22, 2005
This must be seen to capture its power. This memorial in Miami manages to be more impressive than the holocaust memorials in Washington, D.C. or France. . ... provided byinsiderpages.com
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