Kazimierz made me feel a whole range of emotions. It is gut wrenchingly sad walking through the former Jewish area and coming to terms with the fact that all the Jews who lived there were murdered. It is like a trip in to the past. Many of the buildings remain just as they were before the war and I could picture the people who lived there. However, Kazimierz is also bursting with life, it has a range of fabulous bohemian cafes and bars and it radiates charm and a certain quirkiness. I think it's a totally unique area and it instigates a mixture of great sadness and hopefulness at the same time. The area is undoubtedly springing to life and prospering but I think there is a need to retain it's character as a memorial to all those who lived here.