Cassandra

These past weeks I felt a little bit like Cassandra, daughter of the King of Troy, Priam, condemned to never be believed. I kept telling my USA friends to cancel their trips, and starting to plan to stay home. This virus would get there too. And fast! I always added.  But even in my worst-case scenario I […]

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Prague (III)β€”The Jewish Quarter

This is the melancholic Prague. When visiting The Jewish Quarter history unfolds as you walk the streets, enter the synagogues, the cemetery of the former Jewish ghetto. Despite the terrible purges of the Nazi occupation, the beautiful monuments the Jewish Quarter survived as testimony of the Jewish culture and history. The Jewish Quarter in Prague, […]

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