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In May 1945 at the end of the war, 800,000 of Warsaw's citizens, 50% of the prewar total, were dead and 85% of the city lay in total ruin. Not because of Allied bombing but because Hitler decreed that following the Warsaw Uprising, the city should be razed. The only area left somewhat untouched was the "German area" the section of the city around the Royal Mile, rather like today's Green Zone in Baghdad or Kabul, that was for the exclusive use of the occupiers. Poles were barred from ...
Went on a behind the scenes tour of The Palace of Culture and Science Centre, over 3000 rooms.The building is the the highest building in Poland and was a gift from the Russian govt in 1953 and is based on The Empire State Building. The 30th floor has a large terrace where you can get fantastic panoramas of Warsaw. The clock is the second largest in Europe, the clock face is ...
... weapons of power Through war, and governments Some puppets on a string Others using fear to control And have monuments built in their name Not that I am against building monuments The setting up of stepping stones for people to see the progress over time, To remember both the good and the bad, But HAVE we learned from history - If so Why Does it keep repeating itself? The politicians of countries Same corruption ...
We arrived in Warsaw at around 4:30 on Friday. In line at the gate in Amsterdam, we met a couple from NYC so that was a good start to the trip. The flight to Warsaw was a little bumpy but what can you do—the weather in both places was windy and rainy. The ride from the airport took about 45 min. because it was quitting time on a Friday. We checked into our room right ...
Well Saturday was a little too hot for my liking so I veged and planned some more travel. Wish I had have walked about on Saturday! Sunday was 30 + degrees! Today (Monday) more of the same, lucky I have to get my packing started to leave for Helsinki tomorrow afternoon.
On my way to The Old Town I stopped off to Tomb of the Unknown Solder. I don't know what it is but I arrived just past 1300hrs and there was a change of guard? Sound familiar? And it only happens once a day. ...