Ibis Dresden Konigstein
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... at work And meat roasting spits Live entertainment And made to wear kits The fair maiden, I Tried my archery skills If the target were game I'd have bulls eyed two kills All other markets Just seemed not compare But were still fun to visit In the cool Christmas air ~ Now when we think diary, Or at least kiwis do, We think lollies and ice blocks And Indians too Well we found a dairy Pfund's, true to its name Selling cheeses and milks In ...
... that followed. An estimated 35,000-135,000 people were killed, with the figures so broad due to the unknown thousands of refugees in the town fleeing the Russian advance that were also killed. It's a very controversial element of the war as the town had no economic, strategic, or resource worth and was full only of civilians. It took two weeks to openly cremate all of the victims. Horrific. The town is now very beautiful, with ...
... fortress is amazing considering it was built
by hand. The weather was great with the
sun shining and the views of Elbe River and surrounding villages was remarkable
and will stay in our memory for quite sometime.
The area was so peaceful and beautiful that it provided the perfect
location for the family to walk and remember Nathan’s wonderful father and how
much we will all miss ...
... of Military History. The first part was constructed in 1877 and the "wedge" was added in 2011. The overall design with the wedge cutting through the arsenal is supposed to symbolize the eventful military history of Germany. The focus of the displays is not to present a biased view, but rather to challenge traditional perspectives and to inspire public debate on the war and military in the past, present and future.
When I went to buy a ticket, ...
... a place of confinement. Those solid and hefty walls survive today, and what we see in the small fortress at Terezin is essentially what remained in 1945. There has been no attempt at prettyfication or reconstruction, so there is an earthy, authentic and immediate atmosphere. You know that the ground you walk on and the cells you enter are absolutely real.
However, it proved tricky to get in. We faced more baffling bureaucracy, having to join a guided tour that ...