Fondazione Memoriale Della Shoah Di Milano Onlus, Milan

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  • By the time I was intending to visit this place, and the occasion was yesterday with a very interesting guided tour. We must not forget what happened, and through the efforts of survivors can realize what they have suffered and now!
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  • A museum needed to comprehend and understand the greatest tragedy of humanity, especially nowadays, with all the problems of immigration. The choice to do it architecturally aseptic is great, as the presence of leaded, saw enhance better understanding of the tragedy
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  • Interesting Memorial located in Milan, near the central station, for easy access. The Museum is not very big but significant. The most interesting is undoubtedly the convoy of wagons in which they were packed like animals 774 deported, including 22 survivors. In other rooms were collected the stories of Jewish families deported in Milan and the whole of Italy. Among the personalities and deport you under Patriots, who fought in World War I. Recommended to all, whatever their age and religion to bring forth the memories that are going to subside more and more over the years. Interesting explanation of how everything was done in the dark of the inhabitants of Milan, in fact the "binary 21" has an elevator system that made it possible to bring people inside the wagons (in the basement) and then accordingly raised on the tracks to line the inside of the wagons. Shocking a lady next to me which began: "I live here 30 years, how is it possible that I never noticed anything?". Precisely right with this system. If you are in Milan, a jump is to do, the visit lasts about an hour. Preferably with a guide.
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  • Thanks, just thanks ... a guided tour: passionate, knowledgeable, VERA: made us move! Lest we forget, lest we be INDIFFERENT, to try and understand what happened ... and how did this happen ... to try to give the STORY the truth of that era, to try at least once not to turn the other way .... thanks Professor thank ... Miriam
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  • Splendid shoah Memorial in Central station in Milan. To see.
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  • Auschwitz is outside of us, but it is all around us, is in the air. The plague has faded, but the infection spreads: it would be foolish to deny it.
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  • Very interesting
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  • Very interesting!!!
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