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Holocaust Memorial


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Designed by Kaniel Kibeskind, architteto a Polish jew, is one of the best architectural examples of imagination in the twentieth century. E’a star-shaped, everything inside the philosophy of trying to explain the history of the Jews in Germany and the impact of the Holocaust. The long, narrow tunnels with the floor tilted and curved zigzag want to symbolize the feelings of loss and abandonment that has suffered the jew people. Even if you do not care to enter is interesting to approach this building shaped like a Star of David. A fundamental building for lovers of modern architecture. A tip: the area where the museum is located is a bit isolated, it is better not to go in the streets but to walk the streets and larger illuminte.

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