The Holocaust Memorial in Miami is one of the most beautiful memorials. The Memorial was opened on Sunday, February 4, 1990, but not without challenges. Many have opposed it when it was first proposed. The memorial is spanning several blocks with the physical address 1933-1945 Meridian Avenue. The street numbers coincidentally match the years of the Nazi regime and its war against the Jews.

Girl at the Holocaust Memorial Miami Beach

The pond Holocaust Memorial Miami Beach

People at the Holocaust Memorial Miami Beach

The History of the Holocaust

Six Million perished at the hands of Nazis Holocaust

The map Holocaust Memorial Miami Beach

Photographs of the Holocaust 1

Photographs of the Holocaust 2

Photographs of the Holocaust 3

Photographs of the Holocaust 4

Photographs of the Holocaust 5

The names of people perished in the Holocaust

The names of people perished in the Holocaust 2

The names of people perished in the Holocaust 3

The names of people perished in the Holocaust 4

May their memory live forever

The names of people perished in the Holocaust 5

The hand Holocaust Memorial Miami Beach

The hand Holocaust Memorial

Reflection of the  hand Holocaust Memorial

Sculptures of those who suffered during the Holocaust 1

Sculptures of those who suffered during the Holocaust 2

Sculptures of those who suffered during the Holocaust 3

The hand Holocaust

Sculptures of those who suffered during the Holocaust 4

Entrance to the tunnel Holocaust

Names of the camps Holocaust Memorial Miami Beach

The lonely path Holocaust Memorial Miami Beach