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... regimes in the 20th century. Without trying to diminish the Jewish Holocaust, the aim of this display is to show that many thousands more people died at the hands of their own governments in the 20th century than died in the holocaust. And it also points out that unlike in Germany and the Nuremberg trials, in these countries the perpetrators more often than not got away scott free. The figures of those killed from Poland, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Czechoslovakia, ...
... streets are quite picturesque & there are many churches including St John’s which she took us to first. It is a Lutheran church founded in the early 1200s & became the church of the Livonian Knights from Germany. The historic German presence is very clear in Riga as it was part of the Hanseatic League & Latvia has always been subject to pressures from Germany, Russia & Sweden each of which have been in ...
· Day cream 50ml for two
· Soap & sponge (as lighter that shower gel). One bar enough for a moth for two J
· Shampoo 100ml enough for month for two conditioner or similar
· Razor for shaving
· Sunburn rescue foam or gel
· Face cleaning foam – efficient and enough!
... 100 k/ph with a professional bobsledder. Awesome day to say the least. The bob sled track was an experience in and of itself. On the drive back the guys opened up to me quite a bit and we had a pretty deep conversation about a number of things. Namely, what it's like in post Soviet Latvia and how the country is adapting to sovereignty, both socially and politically. I wont put everything up that we talked about, but I will say that I learned more than I expected. It was ...
... and Latvian food. It is safe to say that I am over-piroshkied and over-pelemniyed. But Riga was honestly an amazing place and being able to speak the language and connect with so much of my family's culture made it extra special.
Next week, we hit up Dresden and the Czech Republic so stay tuned.
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