My wife and I were Peace Corps volunteers in Ukraine. On a trip to Krakow (1996) we made sure that we went to Plaszow. It was a little difficult to find but when we showed the picture of the monument to a local, they gave us directions. More importantly, after we walked to the site, this old gentleman who gave us directions showed up in his car. Understand, we received training in Ukrainian language but lived in an ethically part of eastern Ukraine. This gentleman was a young boy during WWII and saw the depredation. He was talking on and on about what he saw. with our Ukrainian language experience, we could understand a bit of what he said. More importantly, he obviously remembered the depredation that he saw. I don't know what was more impressive: being on these hallowed grounds or listening to this wonderful person.
Also, visit the old Jewish district. We were there after Yitzhak Rabin was assassinated.. Go to Ariel, a wonderful restaurant. It has been awhile but trust it is still good.
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