Israel's new Holocaust History Museum in Jerusalem recalls the six million Jews killed by the Nazis.
Individuals' stories are highlighted in the Hall of Names, which contains 600 photos and millions of pages of testimonials.
The museum has tried to re-connect the story of industrial slaughter to that of individuals' lives and deaths.
Only the top of the building is exposed, while most of the rest of the building is embedded in the Mount of Remembrance.
The museum is four times the size of the one it replaces and tells the stories of the victims in text and photographs.
Artefacts from the time recreate the life and death of Europe's Jews.
Visitors must travel through the darkness of the Holocaust's history before they can see the light at the end of the tour.