Babi Yar Park, Denver, CO | Completed in 1982, this 27-acre memorial park was designed by Lawrence Halprin and Satoru Nishita to commemorate the victims of the 1941-1943 Soviet massacre of Ukrainian Jews. The memorial is laid out around a centralized pathway configured in a Star of David, with three distinct architectural features – an amphitheater, a grove, and a ravine.
Sunlight shines through laser-cut phrases at the Moving Memories Memorial in Phoenix. The phrases are meant to reflect a range of thoughts from Arizonans affected by 9/11, and were picked after months of research.
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The Confederate Memorial State Historic Site is located near Higginsville, Missouri. This 135-acre memorial park area of the Confederate Home of Missouri is preserved in memory of the 40,000 Missourians who fought under the Confederate flag. Visitors can tour the cemetery and chapel. The site includes the chapel, cemetery, picnic sites and several small fishing lakes.