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... children of the Holocaust.
Near the Jewish quarter, there are two interesting sculptures. One of them has just been put up a couple of months ago by a local artist. He calls his piece "The Womb" but it really just looks like a massive naked woman made out of geometric shapes in silver. Apparently there used to be a hole underneath the sculpture so that people could put their heads inside and feel what it's like to be in a womb. A couple weeks ago though, ...
... Japanese bridal parties. The early morning light makes for great photos, excuse me, digital images.
We had a casual morning, but followed it up with a walking tour of Old and New Town. We walked to the local vendors street market and then up to Wenceslas Square. Heading back to the hotel we stop and have a great pasta lunch in the Old Town. Nap time!
Later that afternoon we attend another concert in St. Michael's ...
... of time. In one of the larger cells, we saw the three tier bunk beds which would accommodate about 25-30 people and in which the Nazis typically kept 75-100. The only furniture was the bunks (no indication of what they might have had for mattresses), a narrow wooden 'locker' space, about 5" wide and 6" deep and 5' high with a 'shelf' about a foot from the floor and 6" from the top of the uprights, and a sort of stove fed from ...
... It consists of many chapels and churches like the Church of the Virgin Mary, Basilica of Saint George and the Basilica of St. Vitus, which we visited. It has many imposing and colourful stained glass windows. We had a very good local guide for our 3 hour walking tour which started with the changing of the guard.
In 1918, the castle became the seat of the president of the new Czechoslovak Republic.
After Czechoslovakia split into ...
... where death was often present as a skeleton waltzing off to the afterlife with the deceased’s soul. This art served as a reminder that every moment may be our last, and to cherish the moment you have since it is all you truly have. The past is unchangeable and the future is not guaranteed. We have here. We have now. That is all we have.
Dan Millman said it perfectly; “There is never nothing happening. There are no dull moments”. ...