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... buildings with historical ties to Nazism were built with the purpose of glorifying Nazism.
I don’t think that the ability to not entirely forget something ruins the ability to memorialize others. But I do think that it can make the process of seeking understanding increasingly complicated – and this can be frustrating when the subject matter is already complicated to begin with. And while Nuremberg still clearly struggles ...
... Wife's cousin Alona, who has lived in Berlin with her husband Sepp for thirty years. They live near the Olympic Stadium, which we passed as the crowds were leaving the afternoon's football match. It turned out that Berlin's troubles are not over: Borussia Dortmund thrashed Hertha Berlin 4 - 0.
No beer today. I fear I drank rather too much of Sepp's excellent German white wine.
Competition Time: Who was the elderly, well dressed celebrity at Autostadt? Answers on a postcard.
EM_TY adventures cont'd - An lengthy insight into Berlin!
Our schedule, or what we describe as section 2, was to start in Berlin, a huge backward detour. For the entire time we lived in London and the following trip planning era, we had Berlin very high on the list. We inevitably chose a route south into France and Spain toward the heat and the sun, leaving Berlin as an isolated potential destination in the North. Without our bikes, but with a ...
... and Pete had told us about it and it was definitely worth the visit. 200,000 people were detained, tortured, and 50,000 murdered in this camp. It closed in early 50s. It's about 50 mins by train north of Berlin. Very sad place. Still quite a few buildings remain, the murder trench, mortuary and underground rooms where they stacked up the bodies and lots of stories and pictures and information on display.
Another of my new Berlin Russian friends. Well, Russian speaking. She's actually Ukrainian. It seems that just as there's an English speaking faction at InterNations there's also a Russian speaking one.
The tour in action. The tour guide peeking throug,h and the painting itself is an example of entartete Kunst. It was certainly a pretty detailed and deep lecture on the subject. In fact there was a special exhibition ...