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To honor Holcaust victims and their families, a memorial was built on Boston's historic Freedom Trail, near Faneuil Hall and Quincy Market. The New England Holocaust Memorial was initiated by the Holocaust survivors living in the Boston area; more than 3,000 individuals and organizations have joined in sponsoring the project. The Memorial is designed around six luminous glass towers nearly 6 feet in height, each lit internally from top to bottom. The six towers have several meanings: the millions of Jews killed in the Holocaust; the names of the six main death camps; a row of memorial candles; the six years that passed during the "Final Solution," and the six million numbers etched in glass, representing the tattoos given to each victim. Since its dedication in 1995. the Memorial has been a symbol of hope and heritage for the Jewish community in Boston.
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