Unveiled in 1983 as Britain’s first public memorial to the victims of the Holocaust, the gardens were designed by Richard Seifert, Derek Lovejoy, Mark Badger and Partners. The memorial is constructed of a garden of boulders set in raked gravel and surrounded by white-stemmed birch trees. Located East of The Dell and at the Westerly end of the Serpentine Lake, the gardens were paid for by the Board of British Jews. The largest boulder is inscribed with the following words from the Book of Lamentations:“For these I weep. Streams of tears flow from my eyes because of the destruction of my people.”
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