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Decimated by the Nazis in response to the assassination of Reinhard Heydrich. Every trace of this place's existence was removed. It was daunting to see a see through screen that had the town that once stood printed into glass. You can see the outline of the town that once was bustling with life and a home for families, now gone.... 更多
When approaching the Lidice Memorial along a tree lined avenue the entrance is very imposing.Once inside you are surrounded by a semi circular amphitheatre,to the left and right stone carved murals depict the events of that day in 1942.To your right is the Museum where you can gain all the information you need about Lidice, ,before you continue through the... 更多
I knew about this place because of what I read in history books. The connection between the failed attempt on the Butcher of Prague and the Parachutist is significant. Before coming here, I suggest read about Heydrich, Kubis and Gabcik. Visit the church of Methodius and St. Cyril in Prague and then come here; only 20 minutes from Prague. Bring... 更多
This is a little known village outside of Czeck but it was decimated in retribution for the assissination of SS Heindrich Reinhard. Because they thought one of the assassins were from there. All the men 15 and over were shot, children wrenched from their mothers arms, 88 of the children were gassed some were sent to concentration camps a few... 更多
We decided to visit Lidice on the way to the airport (it's only 15 mins away). This is the site of the original town razed by The Nazis in retribution for the assassination of Heidrich in Prague. The museum does a great job with a very contemporary presentation of the events in Lidice. There's also a very touching monument to... 更多
The site the old village of Lidice, removed from the face of the Earth in 1942, is commemorated in a brutalist museum. Take time to walk around what remains of the village and visit the group of bronze children. For balance walk through the rose gardens to the new village with its impressive art gallery.
For me this was the second time in Lidice, the first time with the new museum. Lidice is one of the villages the Germans totally destroyed during WWII. This one after the assassination of Richard Heydrich in Prague as a reprisal. Lidice was choosen because some of the civilians living there would have helped the people during operation Anthropoid, which... 更多
There is not much here, but... what is there will make you shed a tear or two and you really will feel the ghosts of the past especially when you go past some of the monuments, especially that of the children. If you're coming here, you most likely know the history of how the Germans wiped out the city in... 更多
A very emotional and informative experience, even if you've never heard of the history behind it. The memorial grounds are beautifully kept and a tranquil place to visit.
It's hard to add more to what's already been said, other than to congratulate the curators and the staff who operate the museum and the memorial on behalf of those Lidice residents still living, and those so brutally murdered. The museum is a spectacular example of curatorship: dramatic, affecting, and moving. The grounds of the memorial site are filled with... 更多