Memorial De La Shoah, Paris

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Memorial De La Shoah, Paris - Address, Phone Number

Address: 17, rue Geoffroy l'Asnier 75004 Paris , France

Phone: +33-0142774472

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Time Required: 01:30 Hrs

Timings: 10:00 am - 06:00 pm Details

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Primarily a memorial in honour of the Jews that succumbed in the holocaust, the memorial makes for a moving and thought provoking visit. Cleverly laid out and highly informative, the pictures and personal belongings of the families that perished are clearly displayed, making the experience even more personal for the visitor. There is a library and bookshop on site too. A number of exhibits shed light over the gradual marginalisation and persecution of the Jews.

Memorial De La Shoah Information

  • Disabled friendly.

How To reach Memorial De La Shoah by Public Transport

  • Bus: 96, 69, 76, 67
  • Metro: Line 1- Saint-Paul or Hotel-de-Ville, Line 7- Pont-Marie

Restaurants Near Memorial De La Shoah

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  • Vert moving visit of course. And you'll also learn it started well before Hitler. High level of security but very welcoming and helpful staff.

  • 2017 November 19. the average rating is 4.5 points and overwhelming majority of people had voted 5

  • Shattering experience, the exhibition is very well done, it takes some time to get back to today's reality

  • Meticulously archived documents and images that are immersive and insightful. A beautiful and touching museum, not to be missed.

  • Amazing place, free entrance! Must see if you have interest in the Jewish religion / holocaust / ww2!!

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