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A couple of days ago, we went to Auschwitz 1. When I woke up I was actually a bit nervous about going, because even though mom and dad have prepared us for it, I still had no idea what to expect. It took us about an hour drive from Krakow to get to the museum. Once we got in, we saw the most horrific words that represents Auschwitz: "ARBEIT MACHT FREI". The motto of Auschwitz. It means that work will set you free. Of course when we went there ...
... There was thick fog right to the ground and the train ravelled through terrain with trees and the odd house here and there and some lights. It was early in the morning so it had this quiet feel - like there is civilisation out there but no people to be seen. It made me think of the history of this place and how much blood has soaked into these soils. We are still at the train station now and about to head off for our tour of the Old Town. It was not easy getting a ...
... is huge. Filled with cafes, vendors, musicians, flower stands, fountains and festivals.
The market square also contains St. Mary’s Church (surprise – it’s Catholic) that has been here for 800 years. The altar piece is an amazing Gothic carved, wooden triptych which took 12 years to carve in the 1400’s. Across from the church is the Cloth ...
... to see what the town may have looked like during the war.
They found the ruins of a church with a great view over the castle on the next door hill. Being rather nosey Willow went through an archway and they found themselves at the bottom of a big flight of stairs going round and round in a square with loads of washing hanging over the banisters. ...
... It took 12 years to make, and due to short lifespans a young architect, 18/19, had to be chosen. It seemed rude to take photos so I have none to show. The doors open up to an impressive gold statue of several figurines, with the alter reaching the top of the cathedral. It was the largest alter in medieval Europe.
In the evening we visited the ...