Travel: On the road to Chesky Krumlov, Czech Republic

Today was a beautiful blue sky day as we traveled southeast from Prague.  Our first stop was Vojna Memorial, built by German POWs after WWII as a labor camp for the nearby uranium mines.  After the communist takeover in 1948, Vojna became a forced labor camp for political prisoners.

One of many guard towers at the labor camp.


Creative art media on the memorial grounds.

Mining car from the nearby Uranium mines.

Slab from the Berlin Wall.

One thought on “Travel: On the road to Chesky Krumlov, Czech Republic”

  1. It’s good that they have preserved these memories. Hopefully we can learn from them.

    Thanks for the nice photos and always good write-ups.

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