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Oregon Holocaust Memorial, Portland

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The Oregon Holocaust Memorial is an outdoor memorial dedicated to victims of the Holocaust. Located in Portland, Oregon's Washington Park, the memorial was dedicated on August 29, 2004. Owned by the American Jewish Committee and constructed by Atlas Landscape Architecture and the Walsh Construction Company, the idea for a memorial was proposed in 1994 by Alice Kern and a local group of Holocaust survivors that met through the Oregon Holocaust Resource Center. According to Fodor's, the memorial is open daily from dawn to dusk and admission is free of charge.
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  • This Memorial was on my list of places to see in Washington Park. located just south of the international Rose Garden this striking memorial has details you wont really understand until you are... 
    This Memorial was on my list of places to see in Washington Park. located just south of the international Rose Garden this striking memorial has details you wont really understand until you are...  more »
  • The memorial was actually the main reason I went up to Washington Park. Please do yourself a favor and see it for yourself. Take the time to stop and read everything there. Its a somber experience... 
    The memorial was actually the main reason I went up to Washington Park. Please do yourself a favor and see it for yourself. Take the time to stop and read everything there. Its a somber experience...  more »
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  • Quiet , somber , heartbreaking and beautiful. Bring some flowers or something to set at the wall for remembrance of all those lost. Please don't let your small children play and be loud around this quiet memorial.
  • Emotional location. The memorial is beautiful and it draws you in to really appreciate a horrible part of history.

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