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... riding. After 10kms I entered the town of Libiąż, and I entered the church for a visit. While I was there the church was slowly getting filled (it was Sunday morning), and I decided to stay for the mass in Polish. It was packed with people and everyone sang heartily the lyrics on the screen, for me it was polish pronunciation exercise time... Faith is definitely important in Poland. Navigating took a bit ...
... summer... All the red bricks in the sun, the barb wires and the ruins of the chimneys... In the other part, Auschwitz I camp / museum, you see the tons of hair of the women killed, the shoes, the glasses, all the proofs of the gigantic murder... The execution wall, the prison cells, the labs of hellish medical experiments by Mengele and the likes... Almost every barrack in Auschwitz I has a little museum inside it. The Poles have ...
... of birch trees a short distance away, are locations where groups of prisoners were shot. Stepping even close to that area feels sinister, and feels like disturbing a grave site, so I am most others chose to look from a distance.
In tribute to the nationalities of those who died there, a solid stone array of commemorative obelisks has been put up by those nations, honoring the dead in their language. Next to Crematorium ‘A’, a group of ...
... Dresden received clothing and other goods all of which had belonged to the exterminated Jews. Even the ash from the crematoria was used as fertilizer.
The selection process was another such initiative, originally they were all gassed but then Himmler felt that they could extract labor cheaply from the fit, healthy Jews and when they succumbed to the intolerable conditions they would be replaced ...
... que decir.
Ni tampoco muchas fotos que compartir.
De hecho, me sentí muy ambivalente sobre el asunto de tomar fotos en este lugar.
Los campos de concentración de Auschwitz están a una hora y media en bus de Cracovia.
Esta es la razón por la que vinimos a Polonia, porque Gabriel quería visitar este sitio histórico.
Al final de la visita, cuando nos subimos al bus para regresar a Cracovia, Gabriel me vio a los ojos y me dijo "gracias".
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