What an amazing museum and monument. The fact that it's completely free is incredible. The photos and stories are painful and beautiful. I always thought I was emotionally prepared for this kind of place, but in fact I didn't. This is a must visit place.
It’s a historically significant scenic spot. You can also learn about the history of the French from here. If you are interested in knowledge about history, military, etc., you can come over and take a look, otherwise you may feel a little bored
I finished watching this memorial with tears
Human nature is terrible
For the so-called possession
Human nature is kind
For the loved ones
In my heart is the best nation
You have encountered so much suffering
It’s because people are jealous of your strength of truth and wisdom
Believe in the future of this nation
The Holocaust Memorial is to commemorate the Jews who were slaughtered in World War II. The walls here are densely recorded with the names of the Jews who were killed, as well as some historical materials at that time. The shocking pictures and words all complained of Hitler's cruelty at the time, and also reminded everyone of the importance of peace.
There are several important memorials for Jews who suffered in World War II in the world, including Tel Aviv, New York and other places. The Mémorialdela Shoah Paris Holocaust Memorial is one of the most important. Also known as "Disaster Memorial Hall", "Nazi Holocaust Memorial Hall". Established after the war. The tone of the building is simple and solemn off-white, and the front is a striking big satellite logo. The wall of names of victims, relics, text and images all remind visitors of the profound disasters humanity has experienced. Remembering the dead is so that the tragedy will never repeat itself. Open from Sunday to Wednesday of the next week, Friday from 10:00 to 18:00. Thursday 10:00-22:00. Free to visit. Take subway line M7 and get off at Mary Bridge Station.