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... miners. I especially liked the Janowice chamber where in 1967 six statues were carved and placed within telling the story of Hungarian princess Kinga who married a Polish duke and was given a mine in Hungary as part of her dowry. She cast her engagement ring into the depths of that mine (not sure why??) The princesse's ring travelled, together with salt deposits from Hungary to Wieliczka in a miraculous way. It was discovered in the first excavated lump of ...
... the city, so we practiced tourism by walking around and just strolled, past horses who would never make it to the Liippizaner stables but who were dressed up as if they were, past street musicians who were good enough to make me part with some of those newly acquired zlotys (hey, if they make you stop, you owe them a coin)), until we found our way to the top.
The view from the castle heights confirmed what we had seen from ...
Today I visited the Auschwitz museums...expected this would be a tough visit. How sickening, sad and shocking the amount of evil and deceit was present at this site and that it continued for so long. How compassion and humanity could be so lost is beyond my understanding. I am glad to have experienced the site first hand, see how similar the people's things were to my own, and the realization that this hate is so close and we must ensure it is not tolerated. We had ...
... several churches, and sites, then into the Jewish quarter. There were at least 5 synagogues, dating from the 1300's to the 1800's. Drove by Schindler's apartment, Helena Rubenstein's home and restaurant, small shops, more squares and finally over the river into what became the Krakow Jewish Ghetto. A very moving memorial with 65 chairs representing 65,000 Jews who walked into the ghetto carrying their personal belongings and chairs. Reminded me of the memorial at the site ...
... the good and the bad, the way he helped the Jews and his possible motivations for doing it. After his death he was recognised as one who is righteous by the Jews. After the tour we walked back to the Jewish square with Niko ( the Argentinian guy) and ate Zapiekanki - a halved baguette with pizza style toppings famous in Krakow. We had a smoked cheese with cranberry one and a salami one. After dinner we walked back to old town and walked through the ...