The history of Jewish community of Kiev is the integral part of the city's history. The influence of Jewish community can be traced in many spheres of city life of Kiev, evident in the Jewish praying houses and educational establishments in Kiev.
Babiy Yar must be the most sorrowful place in Kiev. It is the site where many Jews were massacred during the time of the Holocaust. To perpetuate the memory of killed on September 29-30 September 1941, two monuments were erected. One of them is Soviet while the other, erected in 1991, commemorates the memory of 33,770 executed Jews. Presently, a Peace Center is being constructed in the area.
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