I first visited this memorial last year and was so moved by it that I felt I should take my wife there during a short break in Prague.
The small museum is well laid out and during both of my visits there was an air of calm and reflectiveness. It was interesting to note that in the past 12 months a simple gate to the crypt has been replaced with a far more impressive entrance which only adds to the sombre atmosphere inside the catacombs.
The only downside to our visit was that we had earlier been to the Pinkus synagogue and the Jewish cemetery. Not the most uplifting of days but memorable all the same.
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