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Municipal Museum of the Kalavritan Holocaust
A very moving and emotional exhibition. I admire the courage of the people of Kalavrita and all of Greece. You suffered great pain.3-08-2008 Andrew Lane, London, UK
Without words.Louis a cyclen Belgium (31.5.16)
This museum is really good because you have found a lot of information of the World War 2 period. It was quiet upsetting to look/read stuff line the big wall of photos and names of man who got executed by the Germans. It was quite nice to remember them in that way!Lydia Geronikolos Age II 21-8-11 England
This was a sad place to be, but I am glad I got to visited. I feel bad for all the people who had to experience that. Thanks.25-07-2008 Vanessa Papadopoulos
An excellent museum, heart breaking. I ever cried!! So sad, we all wish it never happened but a very good heart breaking museum.02-08-2010 Ella, Esme, Philip and Allision.
There are no words for the atrocities which were done to the people of Kalavryta, and our heart is full of compassion for the pain of the women and children who survived, and the men of course. They had to suffer and nothing can or could comfort them. We are so impressed with what has been achieved experiencing modern Kalavryta and its friendly people. Thank you for your kindness, to us being German, having to face this.V. D. B., Germany, 14/12/2013
What is it that distinguishes the victim from the predator?(5.5.2016)
It is that innocent look in the eyes
That faces eternity without fear.
Predators sink in the red of the blood they have shed, and retreat into oblivion?
I’ve never been more impressed by a museum than by this oneCoen and Marja van Viegen, Netherlands (6.5.16)
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