“The Holocaust Memorial took over four years to be built, reaching its final stage at dedication ceremonies on Sunday February 4, 1990, with Elie Wiesel, Nobel laureate as guest speaker. The visitor to the Memorial will at first be met by a visual sensation of contrasting elements: the brightness of the luminous Jerusalem stone, … More miami. south beach. the holocaust memorial.
“After the tragic events of September 11, 2001, ceramic studios around the world joined together to offer a creative outlet to the people of our nation. Thousands of tiles, reflecting patriotism, heroes, courage, unity, poetry, and other positive themes arrived in NYC, and more continue to arrive. The “artists” are represented worldwide and have been families, … More nyc. tiles for america.
“…on September 11, 2011, Beverly Hills marked the 10th anniversary of those horrific events by unveiling the Beverly Hills 9/11 Memorial Garden. This awe-inspiring garden honors all those who were lost, those devoted to keeping America safe and those of us who still believe all are created equal and have the right to Life, Liberty and … More los angeles. beverly hills. 9/11 memorial garden.
madrid’s memorial for the victims of the 11 march 2004 bombings at atocha train station. “…The complete monument consists of two parts, the glass cylinder and an underground presentation room. Both parts are linked together by a round window. This is designed to create the impression that the memorial, as a “shimmer of hope”, rises … More madrid. memorial. atocha.
the tribute in light seen on september 11th 2011 from williamsburg bridge
john lennon memorial / strawberry fields / central park / manhattan / nyc