Holocaust Memorial - Hyde Park

Erection date: 1983


{Inscribed on the largest of four boulders:}

Holocaust Memorial Garden
ה'כךנ 'נא הלא לע
'נ'ע ךךה ם'מ 'נלכ
'מע תב ךנש לט

For these I weep

streams of tears flow

from my eyes

because of the destruction

of my people.


{The quotation, from the Bible, Book of Lamentations 3:48-51, is given in Hebrew first.}

The monument, created by Mark Badger, is set in raked gravel and surrounded by silver birch trees.

Site: Holocaust Memorial - Hyde Park (1 memorial)

W2, Hyde Park, The Dell

Credit for this entry to: Alan Patient of

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Holocaust Memorial - Hyde Park

Subjects commemorated i

Holocaust / Holocaust Memorial Day

Events for this day (27 January every year) are organised by The Holocaust Me...

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Holocaust Memorial - Hyde Park

Created by i

Derek Lovejoy & Partners

Architects and landscape designers.

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Richard Seifert

Architect.  Born in Zurich, Switzerland as Reuben (but became Robin and then ...

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