Palac Wisniewski

Address: ul. ks. Popieluszki 13, Piekary Slaskie, Southern Poland, 41-940, Poland | Hotel
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This hotel is located on ul. ks. Popieluszki 13, Piekary Slaskie.
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      Black Madonna, Polish Piety, & Jacob Frank

      A travel blog entry by samcohon on Jan 28, 2015

      7 comments, 11 photos

      ... he returned to Poland often as Pope, and each time he went to Czestochowa. His image is ubiquitous here.

      The quotation from John Paul that is present everywhere at Jasna Gora is what he said when began his papacy: “Totus tuus, Mary.” Everything I do is totally yours, Mary. It is considered a very, very Polish sentiment, and a papal certification for the Mary-focus of Czestochowa, and the entire country.

      It certainly seems ...

      Community and Holiness on the Road, in Poland

      A travel blog entry by samcohon on Jan 28, 2015

      5 comments, 5 photos

      ... in Cairo should surely not have had curators try to repair a priceless object. Curators don’t conserve artifacts, and aren’t trained to do so. The repair work should have been done by conservators. I heartily agree, but it appears that the Egyptians were a little panicked in that incident, and the curators overstepped their pay grade and caused irreparable damage. The story is absurd, but correct—my new friend-to-be Mehmet in Istanbul sent ...

      Auschwitz - Death revisited

      A travel blog entry by shikharp on May 29, 2014

      40 photos

      ... from the station, and began walking to the right and parallel to the station… After a short intersection, the group took a turn to the left – and a single, rusted rail track joined the road.. Conversations soon grew to a minimum, as our group shuffled forward…. The single rail track, as it would turn out, was the ‘Judenramp’ – a special railway ramp designed initially to speed up rail movement into the camp, and then, ...

      Auschwitz - Birkenau

      A travel blog entry by evanvanderploeg on Jul 05, 2012

      2 comments, 6 photos

      ... harrowing. It's really the sort of place that rather than being described should be experienced. We took a few photos of the outside buildings but in the structures of the buildings it didn’t feel appropriate to take many pictures.

      There were many exhibits with the things that were left behind after the camp was liberated. The two most poignant were the human hair cut from the dead bodies ...

      Touring Auschwitz

      A travel blog entry by mizchka on May 16, 2011

      28 photos

      ... so many sad faces and empty eyes. In one building, they had piles and piles of belongings: combs, shoes, suitcases, glasses, etc. Some people sent to the camp actually had to pay to go there and had no idea where they were actually going.

      We got to walk into the gas chambers where they would lead prisoners under the pretense that they were going to take a shower. There was a room in the museum with two tons of human hair which represented the hair ...