The Memorial to the Holocaust Plaza was designed by Israeli sculptor Dani Karavan and completed in 1972. It is a memorial plaza at the the Weizmann Institute of Science, the center piece of which is a bronze and stone sculpture representing a torah scroll that has been split in half. This photograph shows inscription of names and quotes on the walls surrounding the plaza.
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Architecture -- Monuments -- Memorials -- Israel;
Smolski, Chet and Karavan, Dani, "Rehovot: Memorial to the Holocaust Plaza at the Weizmann Institute of Science" (1980). Browse All. 701.
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