Pink Triangle Memorial
The Pink Triangle Memorial in San Francisco honors LGBT victims persecuted in Fascist Europe from 1933-1945. It features 15 pink and grey granite pylons, each representing 1,000 men killed in concentration camps.
The site, which includes a large Pink Triangle made of rose quartz stones, symbolizes love, healing, and pride.
The LGBTQ community reclaimed the pink triangle as a symbol of resilience and solidarity, especially during the AIDS crisis.
The memorial, established in 2001, is maintained by the Eureka Valley Foundation.
Visitors are invited to take one rose quartz stone as a remembrance.
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