Liberation, Holocaust memorial in the United States of America
Description: Liberation is a Holocaust memorial sculpture located in Liberty State Park, New Jersey.
History: The memorial was created by Nathan Rapoport in 1985 to honor Holocaust survivors.
Culture: It commemorates the struggle and sacrifice of those who suffered under Nazi rule during World War II.
Practical: Visitors can reflect on history while enjoying views of the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island.
Did you know ?: The sculpture features 20-foot high bronze figures representing freed concentration camp inmates.
Location: New Jersey
Creator: Nathan Rapoport
Sources: Wikimedia, OpenStreetMap
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