Cityhotel Am Gendarmenmarkt
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... a memorial to the Jewish people who lost their lives during the Second World War, which forced you to draw your own conclusions as to how to interpret it, which for me, I found to be extremely thought provoking and quite emotional! The whole day has been so exhausting in the amount of information recieved, but also emotionally as hearing about something in a classroom and actually seeing the evidence of it and being in the place where such horrific events ...
... Berlin is also a capital city, so has the busy CBD feel. Where Katrina saw thriving economy, I saw a lack of ancient buildings and an excess of monuments. The wide streets of east-side were very obviously old communist buildings to me. The architecture is so neat and organised, but decorative in it's own way. I walk around the city looking for the history and struggle to a point. I was looking for the past. Katrina walked around the city ...
... and I walked down the street to the Buredin Museum where we spent some time looking at a Paul Keys exhbit before crossing the road and visiting their other museum that had a large collection of Picasso paintings. This collection included sketches, sculptures as well as many of his paintings. It was a fantastic collection.
We returned to the unit where Ronny offered to drive us down to the main street in search of ...
... dehumanize its prisoners. Towards the end of World War II, Sachsenhausen became the site of mass murders and forced many of the remaining prisoners to walk in death marches.
But another, and perhaps even the most interesting aspect of Sachsenhausen is the role it played in the years following World War II. When the War was finally over, Germany was divided into four sectors, and each was controlled by one of the four victorious Allies - US, ...
... rest of Europe was expensive, it has nothing on Sweden and Denmark. Malmo is Sweden's third largest city and major port and most definitely the one who can't wait to grow up. There are so many building sites on the go and so many cranes. It would be interesting to come back in a couple of years to see the result. The decision to stay in Malmo rather than Copenhagen was a monetary one. While Sweden is expensive, Denmark is criminally so. We managed ...