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Municipal Museum of the Kalavritan Holocaust
Very moving exhibits. Difficult to understand this tragedy. Hopefully, the world has changed.Sandra and Ray Tyrrell, UK and Canada, 22/6/2007
EVIL SURVIVES when good men do nothing(25.6.2016)
An unimaginable atrocity may the people descendants of this town find some measure of peace
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?
Hopefully everybody learns something from this black history – and this will never ever return!Maria Muller, 28/5/2011
A really sad atmosphere is coming over me when I look at all the pictures. I feel really sorry for all the poor victims. May they rest in peace and feel well.Eva Haase, Hamm, Germany, 5/7/2007
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
Thank you for sharing your heritage, both sad and honorable, from the fighting spirit of 1821, to the sadness of 1943, yet life goes on and we are good to be optimistic for our young people who are our future. Thank you for sharing your sad Museum, and importantly the blessed and beautiful place of Kalavrita. Your story touches the heart of people in Australia.Jennifer Stead, 20/4/2010
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.
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