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This memorial, dedicated to the memory of the six million to the Jewish people who were killed by Nazi Germany during the Holocaust, was established in 1995. It begins with two granite slabs, on which are written the names of the inhabitants of New England who perished in the Holocaust.nThe memorial consists of six towers made of glass, each of which symbolizes one of the six largest death camps and six years when there was a mass extermination of representatives of the Jewish nation (1939-1945). On the inner walls of these towers there are engraved quotations of those who survived in each of the six camps (Treblinka, Majdanek, Auschwitz-Birkenau, Chelmno, Sobibor, Belzhets), and the registration numbers of camp prisoners.nWhen you pass through the base of the towers, you feel the warm air coming out through the grates. It symbolize the breath of those who are gone forever. If you kneel down and look down through the bars, you can see a deep hole with twinkling lights, one of which is moving, as if illuminating the way to the souls of the victims.

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