The Babyn Yar Holocaust Memorial Landscape Design proposal was conceived as a site-specific reaction to the disappearance and destruction of almost all traces of the massacres of more than 100.000 Jews and other victims of the Nazi occupation in Kiev in 1941-43. After the 1990 and as a reaction to suppression of memory by the Nazi as well as Soviet authorities more than 30 different monuments were constructed, each commemorating a specific group of victims. Instead of unifying the memory or creating yet another, >>more correct
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