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Yad Vashem - The World Holocaust Remembrance Center, Jerusalem

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Poignant and well curated, Yad Vashem - The World Holocaust Remembrance Center mourns millions of genocide victims and lends visitors insight into the experiences of European Jews before, during, and after World War II. The museum complex includes the main history wing ending in a dizzying hall of commemoration, a memorial to children who perished in the Holocaust, and a gallery of Holocaust-related art. Walk the trails of the museum grounds to find additional memorials to the "righteous gentiles," non-Jews who risked their lives to save their Jewish neighbors. Inspirock's itinerary builder makes planning a Jerusalem trip simple and quick.
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  • There is no need for a tour and there is no need for the audio guide. The place is very well laid out and everything is explained in Hebrew and English - and to be honest, a picture does speak a... 
    There is no need for a tour and there is no need for the audio guide. The place is very well laid out and everything is explained in Hebrew and English - and to be honest, a picture does speak a...  more »
  • This remembrance is incredibly well designed and thought out. Booking in advance was easy to do. The staff at the information desk were very friendly and helpful. It is a very busy museum and we... 
    This remembrance is incredibly well designed and thought out. Booking in advance was easy to do. The staff at the information desk were very friendly and helpful. It is a very busy museum and we...  more »
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  • A must for everyone. It is an educational visit. Budget ample time. It isn’t easy. But it’s necessary for Jew and non Jew alike. There are no tickets or admission fees. But they will hand you and entry permit. Take Herzl exit in light rail (end of the line) and either catch a free shuttle or walk down road. 10 min max walk.
  • I visited this place with friends, you should prepare yourself very well emotionally and spiritually, it's not like any museum, the way it design is really unique and the narrative meanwhile the diversity of the contents,the way they present in the same time the politics aspects. I hope this place will be more open to accepting people from different perspectives and religions. The location of this place is provocative for some people and neighbors, that's what I heard.

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