A towering steel Holocaust memorial in Italy was popular this week, so we've revisited the best commemorative architecture published on Dezeen. Visit our latest Pinterest board to explore more examples, including a concentration camp house shrouded in glass, a fan-shaped stone structure in Japan and a tribute to suspected witches burnt at the stake in 17th-century Norway.
The former home of an SS commander at Nazi concentration camp Westerbork, the Netherlands, has been enclosed within a giant glass vitrine by Dutch studio Oving Architecten. More »
A sculpture and landscape intervention on the Norwegian island of Utøya has opened to mark the fourth anniversary of a terrorist attack that killed 69 people (+ slideshow). More »
This concrete oval, designed by Parisian architect Philippe Prost to be "the colour of war", stretches out across the site of one of the world's largest French military cemeteries to commemorate the centenary of the First World War (+ slideshow). More »
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