Lidice Memorial
Lidice Memorial
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JARUSKA
Ilkley, UK65 bidrag
jan. 2024 • Venner
I visited Lidice around 10 years ago with an English and Czech friend. We visit Prague at least once a year and I have wanted to visit Lidice with my husband. This last week we finally made it with the same Czech friend, together with an Italian friend. I was amazed to see how much work had been carried out since my last visit. The museum’s with amazing film and photographic works with excellent documentation, and also outdoor work improvements. So heart rending. It surprises me that there are not more tour’s available from Prague as the whole Operation Anthropoid and the consequences which include Lidice should be made known more widely. The surprising peace of Lidice is difficult to explain, following the horror and appalling acts of absolute cruelty carried out by the Nazis on this tiny, hardworking, population of Lidice. Please God rest their souls.
Skrevet 20. januar 2024
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ChriMi66
Lüneburg, Tyskland400 bidrag
aug. 2023 • Par
Ein ergreifendes Mahnmal!
1942 wurde das Dorf Lidice unweit von Prag in einem reinen grausamen Willkür- und Racheakt wegen des Attentats an Reinhard Heydrich ausgelöscht bzw. abgebrannt und gesprengt, seine Bewohner erschossen bzw. deportiert.
Auf dem ehemaligen Gelände des Dorfes befinden sich verschiedene Mahnmale und ein kleineres hervorragendes Museum, das die Geschichte der Dorfbewohner wieder lebendig werden lässt.
Ein erschütterndes Zeugnis! Und ein Ereignis, das nicht vergessen werden darf!
Skrevet 12. august 2023
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Hana M
3 bidrag
des. 2022
Mnoho lidí se domnívá, že na podobných místech zůstává špatná energie a že při návštěvě na ně bude působit. V Lidicích - jak se zdá - tomu tak není. Naopak. Dýchne tam na Vás pieta, atmosféra úcty a pokory, čistý vzduch a kupodivu právě naopak dobrá energie. Pěkné, udržované místo, určitě stojí za to navštívit. Tento dojem předávám na základě opakovaných návštěv, nikoli jen náhodné jedné.
Skrevet 15. januar 2023
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Jason T
3 bidrag
des. 2022 • Familie
This was a very informative and thought-provoking museum. The story is not one typically shared in a history class, and my family and I feel it is one that should be shared and re-shared.
Skrevet 18. desember 2022
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brokgoud
Den Bosch, Nederland329 bidrag
des. 2022
we took the metro to Zlicin and after that the bus to Lidice to visit the museum and monument. It takes about half an hour. It was good that it was cold and totally deserted when we arrived. No other visitors. The monument and the place where the old village , now destroyed, stood was covered by a peaceful white blanket. the story you can read yourself. To be there and see the pictures in the museum and the interviews with women who survived this terror , is a horrible but deep felt experience. It is a must for every one to go there and rethink life. especially in a time when terrible things like this are happening next door in Ukraine. It wakes you up and tells you that we have to defend our democratic society against ultra right wing murderous and intolerant people. the monument itself with the statues of 82 , muredered, children is really impressive at his own. go there.
Skrevet 16. desember 2022
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Sandy O
Sauk City, WI1 167 bidrag
aug. 2022
We were only able to review the memorial itself, not the museum(which was closed). The memorial has a plaque that tells the story of the children that were taken from the town. The artist talked to relatives to discover personality and likenesses to create the sculpture. Serene setting in a park.
After returning home and reading a review from someone else, I realized that there was much more to see in the park itself and wish we would have taken the time to do so.
Skrevet 30. august 2022
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Josef R
Brno, Tsjekkia95 bidrag
sep. 2021
Do Lidic jsme jeli v rámci jednodenního výletu z Prahy, abychom se podívali, jakým způsobem je zpracovaný památník.

Celé místo na nás působilo velmi důstojně a bez jakýchkoliv rušivých elementů. Oceňujeme, že kolem památníku jsou rozmístěny i související informace, které dobře ukazují, na co se má návštěvník zaměřit.

Doporučuji spojit i s návštěvou muzea, které je velmi emotivně zpracovaná.
Skrevet 9. januar 2022
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helenandpaul13
Worcester, UK1 637 bidrag
sep. 2020
I went here with my wife for the day, leaving the little one back at the hotel. We took the train and bus (No 300) from Prague. It only takes about 20 minutes on the bus. Just remember to look out for the memorial on your left as the bus climbs the hill and let the drive know, else you will miss your stop and the bus will carry on to the next village. After we got off the bus we passed a couple of burger vans (private industry) then walked down towards the memorial.

There is surprisingly a lot to do here and we began by looking at the statues around the memorial itself. With the fountain in front of you the carving on the left has the children being saved after the war. On the right is a carving of the horror that happened here. Further to the right is a small exhibition room with various artefacts rescued from the village as well as photos and records of the people who lived here. One of the most moving is the childrens maths exercise book, with the last record being of the day before the massacre.

At the bottom of the memorial itself is an image of a hologram showing how the village used to look before it was destroyed. It is now a well maintained area dropping towards the other memorials below. As you walk down the hill you will pass the single stone from the house where the Gestapo were housed during their time here. You pass the memorial on the right to the 82 children murdered, the statue has 82 children on it, there is a mass grave on the left of the adult males murdered as well as a memorial to the adult women killed too. As you walk up the other side of the slope you can see the remnants of the old church (St Martins) and the school with the cemetery at the far side. There are other statues here including the crying woman with the child standing outside the school. From the cemetery look back up the hill to the memorial and think of what was previously here.

After we walked back towards the memorial we dropped down some steps to see the old fire engine which has been completely restored. The story goes that when the Germans came the fire engine was loaned out elsewhere so it survived the destruction. We then went into a building on the right above the fire engine where there is a further exhibition. We paid 130 crowns for two adults and we walked through an entrance first towards a seated area showing a short film, before moving onto the exhibition itself. You are not allowed to take photos here which is very apt. The exhibits are number from about 1 - 9 with a short film at the end showing stories of children who survived the war and returned here.

The exhibits were haunting and showed the contempt of the Germans for the Czech people, the assassination of Heydrich and the reprisals towards Lidice (pronounced Liditsa). When the germans arrived there was no warning and the villagers were murdered without any trial or explanation. The men were killed, the women and children were taken away and later separated. The women were later murdered as were the vast majority of the children. Afterwards the village was blown up and everything removed. We had to sit down for a while afterwards, particularly after listening to the testimony of the children.

After we left the exhibition we walked across the memorial towards the car park and visited the memorial garden to the left. This again is very well maintained. After this we carried on down the road into the new village where there is an art gallery and a small restaurant serving meals and teas and coffees. This is about 1000 yards on from the memorial itself. After eating here we took a walk back to the old village memorial for a final look round before walking back up towards the bus stop. We thought we might be here for an hour or two but the whole visit lasted most of the day. It was a haunting experience and one not to be missed. It will remain in the memory for many years. For those visiting here you should combine it with a visit to the church of St Cyril in Prague, which provides more information about operation Anthropoid.
Skrevet 12. september 2020
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Vissing
Stenloese, Danmark887 bidrag
sep. 2020 • Venner
Great location that shows the evil in men. Totally destroyed as revenge for the killing of "the butcher of Prague " Heydrich.
Skrevet 11. september 2020
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Tablespider
Bolton le Sands, UK129 bidrag
feb. 2020 • Forretning
It’s difficult to grade such a visit in terms of very good etc as what went on here was bloody awful. However I do believe it worth visiting. There are hundreds of stories across Europe about events from both world wars. This one is a story of horror, bad even by Hitler’s standards. If you don’t know the story then look it up and read about it. The most positive thing is that green shoots and a re-emerging village show how nature and humanity will eventually overcome even the worst of the SS and the German High Command. Take a hanky.
Skrevet 17. februar 2020
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