Alex in Copenhagen
Alex, a junior international studies major with minors in Italian in Dedman College, is participating in SMU-in-Copenhagen in spring 2010. She will be studying European culture and history at the Danish Institute for Study Abroad and plans to take a study tour to Prague, Czech Republic.
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Tragedy of Lidice
Today we went on our way toward Cesky Krumlov.
The first stop was at Lidice. Lidice is a village that was completely distroyed by Nazis in 1942. The children of Lidice are an interesting topic because those who were thought be more Ayrian were sent to Germany to be adopted and “Germanized” (photo left).
All men in the village were shot. The women were sent to concentration camps. The museum was very touching. I would say this is a must-see museum if you are in the Czech Republic.
After more Czech food for lunch we finally make it to Cesky Krumlov (photo right) where we were free for the rest of the night.
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