I visited Paris in 1990 and was impressed by the small but sad Memorial I visited. After doing some research, I found the photo and its location as my last journey. The memorial is so hidden that I haven't seen any guidebooks or maps I've read. When we went down the narrow stairs and entered the memorial hall, there were only a few people there. This is a sentimental, simple place. During this journey, I have been haunted by the phrase "forgive but don't forget".
We stumbled upon the expulsion Memorial near Notre Dame Cathedral, highlighting the various groups expelled by the Nazis, including, but not limited to, Jews, resistance athletes, Spanish fighters, gypsies, etc., who visited it free of charge, only demanding that cell phone rings be turned off.
The museum is very large, showing the history of the expulsion of Jews at that time.
The expulsion memorial is huge. There are many different things to think about and watch inside the memorial. It's very beautiful here.
It's actually a hidden memorial. It's not an interesting place, but in my opinion, it's a place that can't be missed.
It shows how the Jews suffered from World War II. It's not long but it makes you feel good.