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... Wenceslas and his father King Vratislav of Bohemia. They started work on the Church of St Vitus, and the St. George Basilica. Over the centuries various Palaces were built on the grounds and it was the seat of power for Bohemian Kings, Holy Roman Emperors, and Presidents of Czechoslovakia. In 1060 St. Vitus church was enlarged to a Basilica and in 1344 a start was made to turn that into the Gothic Cathedral that exists today. Things moved ...
... am going to miss spending it at the Fischer’s and watching Sam, Jake and Delaney search for Easter eggs. Please send me pictures if you are lucky enough to go.
Oh I forgot to mention that I have found a store that sells American snacks. I got pancake mix and herseys chocolate sauce for icecream… so much for loosing weight before yacht week haha I have attached pictures of my art and some of my time in Prague when I was there last time.
... for a "Munji" and vegetables and another bottle of Baileys. Another great evening even though we remained in our own apartments - did not want to catch Hammy's bug.
Monday morning we set off to see the Dancing House(or the Fred and Ginger House) a very unusual building and then continued sightseeing around that area and ending up crossing the Charles Bridge again from the opposite side. Then it was back home for lunch around 2 pm. We set ...
... the wall. Whilst in Berlin we visited the Holocaust memorial. Photos of this can be seen on this page (big grey pillars). As you walk further into the memorial the pillars towered over you, and it felt as if you were trapped. In some ways you could not see out and you could not see others inside the memorial. Everyone can concoct their own ideas about what the memorial represents to them, but to me it represented the sense of being trapped in a dark hellish prison ...
... Dear Lord, how could this happen?!"
Aliza Zommer, a survivor piano player in the theater at Terezin, was murdered!
Vedem children wrote their own books
There were artist, writers, music writers, etc. murdered at Terezin.
Some artists lost their lives for doing what they were told...drawing pictures for the Nazis.