If you're into WWII history, this is a must when in Prague. It's not very big inside, but it is packed with the history of the people who took part in the assassination of Heydrich and the resulting aftermath. The emotional bit comes when you enter the crypt through a special door and see where the soldiers slept and died, you also get the feeling what it might have been like to be down there with them, you can still see the bullets holes (on the inside and outside). Anyone who likes this should also see Lidice (in between Prague and Kladno) - a 30 minute trip from Prague. Both places are quite sad, but it also makes you feel strangely hopeful and proud at the same time of bringing you close to tears.
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