The memorial is quite moving and poignant with the giant hand crawling with small human bodies, surrounded with sculptures of holocaust victims.
In fact, I still resist this kind of place a little bit, which always makes people feel uncomfortable. However, there are some very respected sculptures against war and slaughter. These sculptures look thrilling and shocking.
The Holocaust Memorial is located on the edge of the beach. A sculptural finger pointing to the sky is its most obvious sign. This is a place to commemorate the persecution and slaughter of the Jews. It is a very memorial place.
The Miami Beach Holocaust Memorial was opened in 1990 to commemorate the place where the Jews were slaughtered. The memorial used statues and materials to show people the persecution of Jews by the Ministry of Finance. It was shocking and angry.
As a subsidiary project of tourism and leisure, you may wish to check it out
Shocking. The photo exhibition is rich in materials and rare elsewhere. It is worth going, learning and paying tribute to that tragic history. The museum commemorates the genocide against Jews in Nazi Germany during World War II. 6 million Jews were extinct, and 3 million Jews were extinct in Poland alone.