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34th Ave San Francisco, CA 94121
34th AvenueUSCaliforniaSan Francisco94121
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"...of the suffering of the Jewish people though and a beautiful setting."
"...to keep the remembrance of this horrifying genocide alive."
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Adam Petersen
2 months ago
This is a nice reminder of what happened. It is a great teaching opportunity for children. It is done very well. It should be noted that it is just a sculpture with a few plaques to explain the sculpture and is purpose. Nothing interactive
David litmonjr
8 months ago
As a African American I feel a deep sense of the reality of how the Jewish people experienced such unbelievably terror. Many Africans lost their lives during Slavery which in my mind is comparable.
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Kyle Olsen
2 months ago
Breathtaking.
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Tammy Davis
a year ago
bucket list
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Chris Vukin
2 months ago
A bit hard to find for a first time visitor, poignant reminder of the suffering of the Jewish people though and a beautiful setting.
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Sebastian Fiedler
9 months ago
Eerie, haunting, strong. George Segal's Holocaust Memorial will make you stop breathing for a little while. Set in a surreal place, this artist' visual statement is something you won't forget. Small but powerful. Thank you San Francisco to keep the remembrance of this horrifying genocide alive.
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Stephen Schur
2 years ago
Nearly hidden between the Legion of Honor and Lincoln Park Golf Course, this secluded memorial may surprise the visitor. Take a moment to consider the plaster figure gazing out at the beautiful and unreachable vista of the Golden Gate. Then continue, if you wish, to walk the Land's End Trail.
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Viktor Gumeniuk
3 months ago
По началу думал что табличка это и все что есть в мемориале. Потом прошёл дальше и увидел большой монумент.