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... to stay one night but extended it to 2, and headed into the local town(s) for a look around, not alot more to say about this...
They did take some pictures for their website / facebook page here;
... the old prisoner quarters, with a remarkable series of genuine artefacts, such as false papers, hand made German uniforms, the radio receiver and all sorts of ingenious creations.
It was good to be back, although we were greatly distracted by our first contact with the English since we have been away. Two coach loads were being guided around, and it was something of a quaint novelty to hear the slightly posh voices of the recently retired Middle Class. It just shows the ...
... captured in war.
Colditz was the most well known of the many camps as they put all the men who kept trying to escape there. The men were treated much better than the Germans in the other camps we have visited. They were sent parcels from home and could see a doctor or dentist if they needed to. They got very bored so spent all their time trying to escape.
On June 11th we will travel to the US for the first time. We are flying with a turbo prop to Amsterdam and from there to JFK. We will stay a week in NYC before continuing to LAX and from there explore California and some of the US' southwest.
So we will update this soon :)
... century. Of all the German rulers was Friedrich I Barbarrossa who visited the castle most often and developed the structure of the castle as we see it today. The emperor Frederick Barbarossa visited Altenburg several times between 1165 and 1188, hence the town is named a Barbarossa town today. Two Romanesque towers were added to the castle complex that further strengthened ...
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