The Holocaust Memorial in Bucharest was built on the site of former Ministry for Internal Affairs in downtown Bucharest, at the crossroad of Lipscani St., Ing. Anghel Saligny St. and Mihai Voda St. The monument was made by the artist Peter Jacobi and was unveiled in October 2009. It is dedicated to the collective memory of the victims of the Holocaust in Romania, as between 1940 and 1944, hundreds of thousands of Romanian Jews fell victim to the systematic persecution of Jews by the Romanian authorities.
Address: 1 Anghel Saigny St., Bucharest