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... Castle as a residence and all of them added their own architectural details to the building. The moving of the capital from Krakov to Warsaw in 1596, saw the Royal Castle fall into a state of disrepair. The occupying Austrians used it as a military hospital and even went so far as to demolish several buildings, including a number of churches on the site. The 20th century saw the Castle change hands on a number of occasions, with huge ongoing ...
... saw in France, but just as impressive. It is red brick and was rebuilt in the 14th century. Every few hours a trumpeter plays in the tower, and moves from window to window to send his music to every point on the compass.
Later we found an outdoor bar, right next to the old wall of the city, which Jola tells us is at least a thousand years old. We sat there in the late afternoon sunshine and watched the world go by.It was very ...
The main reason for visiting Poland initially was to see Auschwitz, so Oliver has been looking forward to today for a long time (in the non-macabre way). We walked to the bus station and caught the local bus to Oscwiecim, which we expected would be a village with the Auschwitz site on it's outskirts - how wrong we were. After a 90 minute bus trip with various detours to pick up and drop off the locals, we arrived in a very large town (almost a city), with the Auschwitz site in ...
... it interesting that there were large numbers of high school Israeli men. They had their flag draped around their shoulders like a cape, and in Auschwitz II they sang either their national anthem or hebrew prayers. I couldn't tell. I thought this was so powerful just seeing them there. I think their presence there made the experience even more amazing because it demonstrated how something so terrible can make something so ...
... the women and girls who entered the camp. The mounds of hair were all different shades, some fading, some curly, all intwined. Hair is unique to us all. Hair is beautiful. I guess I realised I'm quite protective over my own hair. It is part of who I am and identifies me as an individual. I can never imagine someone brutally shaving my hair off and casting it in a pile. Although your hair does not define you, it is part of you. Those women and young girls had no choice but to ...