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Fragment of Ghetto Wall, Warsaw
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  • In this evaluation, I decided to write a TIP. Find what's left of the ghetto was not the easiest task, not even looking in books and city guides, is a Herculean task ... After all, almost everything was demolished. .. and a lot the Polish reformed to the point of being unrecognizable. And most tips take you only small fragments of wall ... Anyway, after much research, I found out. Go on Waliców Street, number 11 (the stretch between Grzybowska Street and Pereca Street). On one side of the street there is a wall fragment Waliców, and another a building partially in ruins, but original still time (see photo)
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  • Even when there is not to much places related to 2WW that still stands in Warsaw , just to see a small part of it, touch you in every sense, when you see this walls that where there as a part of the d...  more »
  • A number of commemorative plaques placed by famous politicians and figures and floral arrangements point and pay homage to the victims of the Jewish people, in what was the old Warsaw Ghetto, are thus those fragments of the old wall built by the Nazis in 1940, there are some empty spaces of which some partitions for exhibition have been in different places of the world : Melbourne, Houston etc. Sad memories of the Holocaust. However to the find me the same front it is inevitable that skin me bristles to think, feel, and visualize how much human suffering has been steeped in the place, it is full of energy, it is full of human misery and pain. Against obligatory reflection with respect to the walls of the past, before these memories of segregation, massacre... suddenly death the Palestinian people are in my mind the walls of the present and thereby. Humanity would have learned the lesson? Recommendations: To access the site must enter by the building marked with the number 62, it is easy to be confused because there is no greater indication, you enter and in the background in the courtyard is...
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