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East side

A travel blog entry by getcracken on Sep 09, 2014

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... as a soviet state, instituting communism simultaneously. Of course the Pols were given a parliament of sort, but all decisions were made through the Kremlin. From the 30th floor of the Palace, the communist architecture can clearly be seen. Large expanses of high rise uniform flat blocks litter the ground.....equality and a job for all. The palace has maintained some of this communism for effect. This became apparent when we were met by a lady in the lift. Her job ...

Warsaw

A travel blog entry by noyelles on Jun 09, 2014

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... sup> century as a summer palace & the grounds are well tended. It had a lovely statue of Chopin & the palace itself was surrounded by water. From there we moved on to the Jewish Ghetto memorial in an area razed completely in 1943 after they rose against the Germans. It was redeveloped in the Communist era with massive blocks of apartments but beside it is the Museum of Jews in Poland which we visited later.
We crossed over the Vistula River, at 1000km ...

Warsaw Part 2 - WW2

A travel blog entry by mrsdbrowning on Mar 19, 2014

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... controlled by the USSR. They had Soviet tanks in their country. They had communism - see the pictures of the housing in Berlin to see what it looks like. People were paid the same, they could not own businesses, and they all lived in very similar housing. What do you think of that? Communism is a complex theory that involves the governing style and economy, rolled in to one.

Yesterday, we went to the Warsaw Uprising museum. You ...

Travels throughout Poland

A travel blog entry by rvenezia on Sep 01, 2013

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... museum and was shown what it would look like as a way to encourage you to come back. I really want see the final exhibition, eventually, but I promise unless I have money I will not visit Warsaw in 2014. I spent the evening dining with Anna and her husband, we discussed many topics, that I will bring up later. The next day I took the budget bus company Polski bus to Gdansk. I paid about ten dollars for a five hour bus ride ...

2150 kms!

A travel blog entry by shobhagopinath on Jul 07, 2013

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... spy who made a buck wherever he could. Yes, he did save thousands of Jews but one can't help wondering why Spielberg painted such a romanticised picture of Oskar Schindler without also portraying the shady side of him. I need to watch the movie again!

We started out on the highway to Warsaw but very quickly decided the country roads were best. We drove through a village called Paradyz ...