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... we had visited this place in Turkey and listened to a guide explaining how the Germans had taken so much, we wanted to see for ourselves. Unfortunately, that section was closed for expansion works in the museum, however the photos in books showed a massive structure, stolen by archaeologists. The sculpture and art museums were enjoyable for me - Ron went to a military one instead. Day 3 and we went on a Third ...
... them. The concentration camps would receive payments for hiring the slaves and these monies were split among the SS Guards. Many of the companies who used this method of labour were or still are well known companies and some are still operating. At this particular camp, a shoe company paid for the "shoe test" to be carried out here. Around the area for roll call, there was a track formed by many different types of ground (ie. gravel, pavement, stones, etc). Prisoners carrying out ...
... our visited was learning that Bao Bao, the Giant panda that had been at the Berlin zoo for over 30 years, had pasted away about a year earlier. After the zoo, we hopped over to the Reichstag build, the home of the Germany government. According to history, this was the last building to have surrendered to the Allied forces during WWII. The original facade of the building was kept but a modern audience hall and dome was added following ...
... of us got together and created our own little tourgroup. It consisted of Joel, me, Carli, Anja, Amanda, Gemma, Mitch, Graham, Alyce and Emily. I had our handy navigation and info on the nexus so was elected tour guide. Fun times ahead.
We decided to head back to the Topography of Terror and walked through the museum which went into a lot of detail regarding how Hitler came into power, how things changed in Germany and how they expanded into Europe. There ...
... in various forms and there were all
sorts of people, old and young, tourists and locals alike buying it and smoking
it along the river walks and in Nemoland, kind of a food court, or maybe a
“munchie court” with stalls selling pizza, Indian food, Danish sandwiches and
the like. But the draw for me,
especially since I live in the country, was the sensory break from the big city
across the canal, the art, ...