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https://flic.kr/p/fKR8in | Auschwitz Room of Spectacles | Auschwitz, Poland A room full of spectacles.

https://flic.kr/p/fKR8in | Auschwitz Room of Spectacles | Auschwitz, Poland A room full of spectacles.

Polish countryside: one of the reasons Hitler pushed into Poland (and the Ukraine) wasn't just for reasons of liebensraum, or additional living space, but bc it was rich in resources — one of the "bread baskets" of Europe.

Polish countryside: one of the reasons Hitler pushed into Poland (and the Ukraine) wasn't just for reasons of liebensraum, or additional living space, but bc it was rich in resources — one of the "bread baskets" of Europe.

Kazimierz, the heart of Jewish Krakow, is now a thriving district, a mixture of cultural festivals, café culture, antique shops, art galleries, restaurants and bars. It was originally established in 1335 and named after its founder, King Kazimierz Wielki (Casimir the Great), who intended it to rival the established city of Krakow. It remains one of the most culturally significant Jewish areas in the world. During the war the Nazis did all they could to destroy and ruin Kazimierz.

Kazimierz, the heart of Jewish Krakow, is now a thriving district, a mixture of cultural festivals, café culture, antique shops, art galleries, restaurants and bars. It was originally established in 1335 and named after its founder, King Kazimierz Wielki (Casimir the Great), who intended it to rival the established city of Krakow. It remains one of the most culturally significant Jewish areas in the world. During the war the Nazis did all they could to destroy and ruin Kazimierz.

https://flic.kr/p/hzQ52F | City Summer Rain II | Munich, Germany View our travel blog - www.fredpaulandsaad.blogspot.com.es

https://flic.kr/p/hzQ52F | City Summer Rain II | Munich, Germany View our travel blog - www.fredpaulandsaad.blogspot.com.es

Kazimierz, the heart of Jewish Krakow, is now a thriving district, a mixture of cultural festivals, café culture, antique shops, art galleries, restaurants and bars. It was originally established in 1335 and named after its founder, King Kazimierz Wielki (Casimir the Great), who intended it to rival the established city of Krakow. It remains one of the most culturally significant Jewish areas in the world. During the war the Nazis did all they could to destroy and ruin Kazimierz.

Kazimierz, the heart of Jewish Krakow, is now a thriving district, a mixture of cultural festivals, café culture, antique shops, art galleries, restaurants and bars. It was originally established in 1335 and named after its founder, King Kazimierz Wielki (Casimir the Great), who intended it to rival the established city of Krakow. It remains one of the most culturally significant Jewish areas in the world. During the war the Nazis did all they could to destroy and ruin Kazimierz.

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