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... cathedrals at either end - both of which have been rebuilt since the war. There is also a concert house there. The statues on the outside of the cathedrals are real as the Nazis hid them before the war so they didnt get destroyed.
Our last stop was Bebelplatz another square surrounded by the state opera houe and university builldings. This was also a site of one of the Nazis infamous book burning ceremonies in 1933. Approx 20,000 books were burned. They were ...
... Platz very bright and early to take our private bus which was taking us to the German capital. Although we were all very tired for waking up ridiculously early, we were all beyond excited for what was to come. The bus took roughly 5 hours to get us to our destination and most people slept the majority of the way to get some energy for the day. Upon arrival, we settled into our hostel which was very nice for what we paid for. Soon thereafter we began to venture ...
... used by the Nazi Regime and survived the bombing and was then used as a government building by the Soviets. It was practically the only building within one block of the wall, as the people who worked there were assumed to be loyal to the regime and not try to escape. There was one escape attempt from the building though, an engineer who had been contracted to work there snuck his wife and son in during the day and locked them in until night-time when he returned. They had friends ...
... sidewalks of the city outside the home of the victim before they were forced to leave. The idea is that every now and then you stubble on one of these stones, and are reminded not only of the Holocaust, but that each victim was an individual, and each individual deserves to be remembered. Stolpersten can be found in cities all throughout Europe, but some cities, like Munich, refuse to participate in the project, as they feel that trampling ...
... The cost of things here are obviously much greater than what we've been used to in Asia, but overall, compared to Australia and other major European cities, it's not too bad. The weather though hasn't been too kind to us. One day was ridiculously cold and after walking around a few hours in shorts and a T-shirt, we needed to get back home. Supposedly the weather is supposed to be in the 20s during the month of July and that would be nice for ...