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... br> From there we walked slowly on the same path the non healthy people would of taken towards to gas chamber. The SS lead them the way and said they were going for a shower. Just before the war ended the Nazis bombed the area to destroy any evidence. Gas chambers being the main one. Because it was bombed we couldn't see much. We could however see how big the changing rooms were compared to the gas chamber itself.
After seeing these ruins we walked around the woman's ...
... the cells were people were sentenced to die from everything from firing squad to hunger. We Saw the death wall were the more dangerous prisoners were shot and killed. We then saw the small gas chamber and crematorium where so many people died and walked through.
After that we made our way to the second larger camp (a gloom hung over the group) we walked down to the end of the camp and saw a few of the larger gas chambers with the changing rooms ...
... very similar to the style in Melbourne, even the coffee was nice! (It helps that the restaurant owner is from Italy and is really passionate about his food)
After lunch we went for another walk around Rynek (the main square). We still had a few gifts to buy. It was such a wonderful day, lovely and warm, not to hot. The Rynek was buzzy with crowds of people, we haven’t seen it so busy before, (the night before ...
... We stayed in an elegant hotel just a stroll from the famous Charles Bridge with cafés and restaurants intermingled amongst fantastic works of public art. Art is a way of life in Prague, with almost every building proudly possessing some form of architectural beauty in the way of painted murals, statuettes or reliefs and parks boasting all sorts of interesting sculptures. We spent the next few days doing our usual thing - visiting ...
... pin on his jacket. Poles noted this and the message. Lech Walesa’s Nobel Peace Prize is viewable in the Czestochowa monastery museum. The national poem of Poland “Pan Tadeusz” talks of the painting’s power!
Czestochowa definitely left an impression on me and I would like to return one day with my mother. I know she would enjoy it.
I only have two days left in Poland. Schindler’s factory and Auschwitz loomed on the ...