Memorials are not just static pieces on a timeline, but living markers of history. Throughout the decades, memorials have become a symbolic place for remembrance. However, a memorial need not always be a monument–it could also be a structure, a day, a space, a conference, or any “markers” of the past that help people remember significant parts of their lives.
As defined by the New Oxford Dictionary of English, a memorial is “something established to remind people of a person or event.” It reflects a place and time in history and “preserve” a memory to give meaning to our lives.
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