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The memorial was built with the aid of donations raised in American Jewish communities, and was designed by Israeli architect David Resnick. The architecture of the 60 foot high memorial is deeply symbolic in a variety of ways. The shape of the Kennedy Memorial echoes that of a felled tree trunk, in representation of a life cut short. The 51 slender white columns that comprise the Kennedy Memorial are representative of the 50 states of the United States, plus the District of Columbia. At the center of the Kennedy Memorial burns an eternal flame, symbolizing the memory that lives on even after the life that inspired it has departed. The Kennedy Memorial can be found in the heart of the Aminadav Forest, near Jerusalem.