The Holocaust History Museum occupies over 4,200 square meters, mainly underground. Both multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary, it presents the story of the Shoah from a unique Jewish perspective, emphasizing the experiences of the individual victims through original artifacts, survivor testimonies and personal possessions.
After going through the museum, Cook wrote:
"I will remember forever the people who tragically perished because of who they were and what they believed. In their names, I share in the enduring hope that their memory will give light to humanity's potential to work for a greater good; to be ever watchful for those who would threaten human rights and equality, and to strive for a better future."
Cook is on an international tour, first visiting Germany where he offered some new details about the Apple Watch, then meeting with President Reuven Rivlin in Israel.
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