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... and dangerous and in the dark as earlier you only had oil lamps.
There were different job types and the men did the same job every day.
People started to look for salt in the earth from the middle of the 13th century. In 15th century they started to use the first machines and since 17th century they use horses.
The horses did live in the salt mine, they were not led up and down every day.
Dangers were ...
... turning their back on what was going on.
As the Ghetto became overcrowded, the Nazis began to thin out of the ghetto. If a family member was given permission to stay, all fof the family members could stay. Those that were required to leave were brought to the center square to wait for deportation. They were allowed to take 25 lbs of belongings with them.
Final days of liquidation, no children under 14 could go. People started to hide their children in suitcases. The ...
... wood structures reminded me of giant Lincoln logs. My favorite part by far was the pope john Paul the II carving and the huge altar. It was a really great day and very entertaining. I would go back in a heart beat to see it. I think it was hard to image how far down we were. It seemed unreal that the sculptures were completely made out of salt. I really loved this trip, and looking forward to zakopane ...
Hey there everyone! Writing from Poland here as we are quite tired and decided to give partying a miss for the first night and update our blogs instead. Arrived in Krakow at about 21:00 (an hour ahead to UK), 10 minutes early then the scheduled arrival time.. got ' trusty' Ryanair Air to thank for that ;) We quickly met our transfer driver who ushered us very quickly to the car. Very quick walking, almost marching me and Zoey were nearly running behind ...
The final place we saw was the gas chamber, and crematorium. The chamber was just a simple room, with a floral tribute recently placed. The crematorium was next door, four ovens side by side.
After two hours at Auschwitz we boarded the bus and drove a couple of kilometres to Birkenau, a larger version of Auschwitz, ordered to be built by Himmler. Here we saw the entrance, where the prisoners entered the camp via a railway carriage. ...