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Glimpses from Our Romania/Poland Journey

October 30, 2011

Quite a mixture of beauty, pain, and hope, the photos via the links below of my October 2011 journeys to Romania and Poland.  They include the stunning “Church of Peace” in Poland (the largest wooden church in the world), the opulent Bucharest parliament building built by Romanian dictator Nicolae Ceauşescu, a chilling day at Auschwitz where over one million Jews and others were killed, and the wonders of Wroclaw.

Chapter 1:  Romania and the post-communist challenge

Chapter 2:  Poland and the Peace Church

Chapter 3:  Auschwitz and Birkenau

Chapter 4:  Krakow, hope of John Paul II

Chapter 5:  Memorial to a Soviet Massacre

Related Reconcilers posts:   Listening to the Persecuted Church

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