Not to be confused with Libeskind's building to the south of the centre, the Jewish Memorial is a huge open area of concrete pillars of varying heights. Towards the centre of the square, the ground dips so the top of the pillars around you is high above. A remarkable use of public space in the heart of a European city. Memory congealed into concrete, where all forgetting is itself forgotten.
Kadima! | By Benjamin Obu-Simpson | Poetry
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