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REMEMBERING THE HOLOCAUST

CONCRETE QUARTERLY/ AUTUMN 05 - ROUND UP

Yad Vashem in Jerusalem is the Jewish people's memorial to the murdered six million, a centre for education, research and documentation. The new museum added to the complex by Moshe Safdie and Associates is organised around a narrative history, formed around a 180m-long triangular-section central walkway, an axis of memory. The museum is largely below ground, preserving the landscape.

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