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Municipal Museum of the Kalavritan Holocaust
This is an important museum. The memory of the tragic holocaust should never die!19-8-2009 Margita & Ewald Vanvugf from Amsterdam
I am glad to come here and see this museum. I got to see the picture of my great grandfather who was killed here. I am at the young age of nine and come here from California, USA. It is a bit upsetting and very important to see this.Nicole Demetriou, USA, 9 ετών, 15/ 7/ 2007
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
Pleased to have finally made my visit here. I’ve heard these stories from my parents. They were children in occupied Nemea.Eleni Gousias 10 Nemea Lane Lafayette, CA 94549 USA (6.14.2016)
Very respectful treatment of a terrible incident.
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?
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
I’ve never been more impressed by a museum than by this oneCoen and Marja van Viegen, Netherlands (6.5.16)
These events must never be forgotten as we forge a brighter future together. Long live the Greek nation!29/05/2011 Stephen Harper Prime Minister of Canada
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