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Memorial and Museum Auschwitz-Birkenau
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Castle Square
4.5/5
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Square
Warsaw's Castle Square is a historic square in front of the Royal Castle – the former official residence of Polish monarchs – located in Warsaw, Poland. It is a popular meeting place for tourists and locals
Park Lazienkowski
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City Park
Because there is a statue of Chopin in the park, also known as Chopin Park, it has a British garden style, because the water palace Lazienki Palace is also located here, and the local area is also known as "Wakijin Park". The Lazienki Palace was originally the villa of the last king of Poland and is now a Polish country hotel. Mechlevitzki Palace is located not far northeast of the Lazienki Palace.
Presidential Palace
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Palace
Historical Architecture
The Presidential Palace is situated on the Royal Avenue. During the Second World War, it was occupied by the Germans in Warsaw and became the "House of Germany." The Germans made many alterations to the mansion. For example, the base of the lion statue in the yard was raised, and so on. The palace still retains these alterations. Since 1995, it has been the place where the Polish president works and lives.

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YAO SHUN   
It may be discerning, or may prefer the old house (it will be a good thing sooner or later), and book an old house, this time in the Jewish quarter of Krakow, Poland. Although I took more than 800 churches, I was telling the truth for the first time in Judaism. Many times before, I encountered renovations in Jewish churches, and there were not many synagogues in Europe. The Auschwitz concentration camp, 54 km west of Krakow, was the largest concentration camp and extermination camp established by the Nazis during the Second World War. The landlord was very enthusiastic to help me book a car to the concentration camp. In fact, my heart is Some resistance, the concentration camp must be a very heavy place, the traveler is so contradictory, not only to witness the pain, but also to share the joy, so still go to "visit" the concentration camp. I will not let go of the pictures. Most of them are not photographed. It is also a respect for the deceased. History teaches us not to repeat the same mistakes. There is a alley behind the old house, there is an antique shop, the sky, the big hidden in the city! I patiently picked it up for a long time and finally picked a beautifully carved wood carving. I suspected that it was lifted from a certain piece of furniture. It looked like it was bought especially. It was not expensive for ten dollars. I was thinking, this grandfather opened. An antique shop that no one will patronize, and all the things in it are ten or twenty. It is not expensive at all. Is it waiting for some of his relatives to buy him a special item like in the novel? But at least I am not his good person. The Jewish quarter and the central market are completely different styles. One is like a calm uncle, a more handsome guy like the sun. On the one hand, it is cold and clear, while the other is singing and dancing. Its hard to say in the same city. Is it ironic or cultural diversity.
Posted: Nov 21, 2018