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... night before early bed. Next day we arise refreshed and set off on a one hour trip to the Terezin Concentration camp. This was initially a fortress established in the 18th century but was then set up by Hitler to house dissidents from Czech and Morovia along with many Jews. Over 32000 men women and children passed through this fortress. They lived in appalling conditions, overcrowded and disease ridden. About a mile away the Nazis also set up a ghetto for the ...
... a building with a funky design by a famous architect. It was a 1.9km walk from the palace but we made it there rather quickly. The sun sets around 7 so we lose daylight fast. The building was pretty neat. On one side is apartments and the other side office space. We headed back to Mustek and grabbed a frappe from Mcdonalds for the ride. We made pizza and potato wedges for supper and watched I Am Legend before heading to ...
... of the synagogues compared to the magnificence and wealth displayed in the Catholic cathedrals.
Visiting the graveyard sound macabre but our guide from Saturday indicated there were 17 layers of graves and that the present graveyard (not used for a long time) is some 7 metres above the surrounding ground level. All of the inscriptions are in Hebrew so we were unable to date what we were seeing but on had an attached plaue dated from ...
... We came back to the apartment and blobbed out for a while, then wandered into town and found a little streetside bar and pizza joint in the shadow of the Tyn Church, which by that time was all lit up against the darkening sky. We sat outside as dusk fell and had a wonderful meal, while a duo played live jazz on a piano and double bass.
We took our time heading home as it was such a beautiful evening, there were people everywhere and all the shops and buildings were all lit up. ...
... preserves inscribed plaques removed from the former Zigeuner synagogue, demolished by the urban renewal campaign that was the cause of the building of the Jubilee synagogue.Inside the museum was an exhibition of the Jewish of Prague. They continued to be persecated not only by the Shoah but then by Communisim, yet they still survived. They were smart enough to know to keep these sites running as tourists one day would want to see them. Many ...