About Holocaust Memorial of the Great Miami Jewish Federation
The Holocaust Memorial Miami Beach is a pleased piece of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Every year, in excess of 100,000 individuals visit this imperative Miami Beach historic point, known worldwide for its emotional figures and life-changing shows devoted to the six million Jews killed amid World War II. The centerpiece of the Memorial is the Sculpture of Love and Anguish, a tremendous bronze portrayal of an outstretched arm, ascending from the earth and extending toward the sky. The whole model territory includes vignettes of relatives endeavoring to help each other in a last demonstration of affection. The Memorial likewise incorporates the Arbor of History, a progression of dark stone chunks carved with photos of Holocaust history. There are places for calm reflection and concentrate at the Memorial, as well.