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We savoured our last morning at the splendid Andells Hotel, although I did not quite manage to find time for a massage. Lodz has made a huge impact on us, and we are not going to forget it in a hurry. Driving away from Lodz, we were struck by the marathon queue of cars and lorries heading in the opposite direction. We were glad to see that …
... Socialist Realism" (also derisively called "Stalinist Grotesque") - large concrete blocks of buildings, many still standing as apartment buildings, or "official" monumental buildings, a style much favoured by the Soviets and evident throughout their former empire. Warsaw even has a wedding-cake style building, the Palace of Culture and Science, a "gift" to Poland from Stalin which according to our guide was paid for by Poland although built in the early '50's by Soviet workers. The ...
Well, after 16 days our trip to Poland has come to an end. But we still had a very full day. We explored the Old Town in Warsaw and came across a memorial placed in front of a beautiful church. The memorial had photos and messages concerning those that fought and died in the Warsaw Uprising. We found photos of a man holding the hand of what would appear to be his daughter. His name was Antonio Wojtas. He died during the uprising. We also found a photo ...
... of what had been left of this Ghetto, where hundreds of thousands died in very poor conditions. Others were deported from here to Treblinka or other camps. Also the Ghetto did receive Jews from other Polish cities and areas of Europe.
Our next stop was to see the only synagogue to survive the War. It is hard to believe but out of 400 in a city only 1 is left. It is the Nozyk Synagogue which was used as a stable during the war and ...
... was really interesting. His music is lovely, very melancholy. Pieter thought that some of it would be good funeral music. We had a nice walk up towards the tower, but neither of us was keen to walk up the hill to the tower or up the tower itself. Both still feeling a bit rubbish today, and it is very cold again with a biting wind. Then we found the National Museum of Lithuania. It was very good and wonderfully laid out. We saw a ...