How to Commemorate the Nazis' Largest-ever Jewish Massacre?

A new museum is to be built at the site of the Babi Yar massacre in Ukraine, where during two days some 34,000 Jews were murdered by German forces in 1941

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An architectural simulation of the proposed Babyn Yar Holocaust Memorial Center, outside Kiev, Ukraine. This plan is currently being revised.
An architectural simulation of the proposed Babyn Yar Holocaust Memorial Center, outside Kiev, Ukraine. This plan is currently being revised.Credit: babynyar.org / Querkraft Architekten / Kieran Fraser Landscape Design
Liza Rozovsky
Liza Rozovsky

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