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... modern church was built right next door to serve it's community, but we'd have to say it's an ugly duckling sitting next to what was once a beautiful swan.
We continued walking. This city has the wide boulevards of Paris, but rather than the shopping found on the Champs Elysees, it's heavily forested, which seems unusual for a city of this size. Why, you may ask? Well the land between Parliament and the Brandenburg Gate was the Kaiser's private ...
... to the correct class. The process was definitely rigorous if not intensive. It took over 2 hours to assess the 80 odd newbies who'd arrived today. I was very pleased with the class I got allocated in - I was in A1.2. I'd moved on from being an absolute beginner and the materials taught built on what I'd already learnt in Vienna.
My new class was bigger than the one in Vienna, there were 10 students including myself ...
... on their tall steeples serve as beacons of hope to the East German believers. The atheistic Communist Regime could not tolerate the cross of Christ competing with its directorial grasp for power. A representative monument of Communist control was to be erected.
As the tower was completed, something amazing happened during the commemoration ceremony. As the Communist officials and ...
... part of me doesn't believe these people should have even been given a fair trial after the way they treated humans. On top of this, I can not believe how many people were sentenced to life and only served 5-10 years, or even the number of people who were only sentenced to 10 years to begin with. I had to reread many of the trial sections trying to understand how someone who is declared guilty on tens of thousands of murder counts is only sentenced to 10 years imprisonment. I ...
... to our hotel. We have another extremely busy day planned--I am hoping to do a guided tour of a concentration camp about an hour from here. I will write again soon. I wish everyone a happy (belated) 4th, and know I was thinking of you all during the day! I hope you all saw some incredible firework displays. Please pray for me! It is intimidating visiting all of these new cities without having much guidance, but I am fairing the storm with optimism and fortitude. I love and miss you all. Good night