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... people killed The Topography of Terror Museum exposed what happened here in Germany, Following on from the Auschwitz experience, The detail, the look on peoples faces, the horror To see the names, to remember the atrocities; A respectful quietness in this place of Remembrance. 40 attempts to assassinate Hitler 'Bring me the traitors' and Valkarie traitors were executed Killing went on from morning to evening, 3000 people were piled ...
... This was the time to shine on a global stage for Hitlers Germany and so a lot of effort was pledged toward the Olympic effort. Germany didn't have a whole lot of money to spend on the construction for the Games, however Hitler demanded a stadium be constructed capable of seating 140,000 spectators and an Olympic Park built complete with parade ground with a capacity of 500,000!!! However hitlers grand plans did not fully eventuate and the resulting stadium's capacity was ...
... home and take - the guy stood up to go instead and he was sitting on it!!
We then visited the extermination(?) grounds. That's were the prisoners were first hung, then shot in the back of the neck with some contraception and finally gassed to death. Sad really.
Followed by the one of the watch tower where they shared on how the local oren?) pple helped the camp but having trades around it.
There was a zone 2 of the camp that was part of the ...
... terraced approach, gardens and fountains. Also there is the Bildergalerie (Picture Gallery), housing Frederick the Great’s collection of Old Masters and sculptures in a setting of gold-decorated ceiling and yellow and white marble floors. Among the artists represented were Caravaggio, van Dyk and Rubens.
There’s so much to explore in Berlin, and I’ve seen only some of it. But now I’m on to the last leg of this journey.
... skulls worked into the decorations in the sanctuary. Early German Protestants were kind of morbid. The 2nd church was the Berliner Dom (the national cathedral), which was constructed amid much political controversy in an attempt to show national unity. (The inside of the Cathedral is immense and spectacularly decorated.). We got to climb to the top and see a great view of the city. My favorite part was the crypt, which houses the graves of many royal and military ...
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