Visiting Prague for just two days, we came across the Jewish quarter. We saw the grave yard and my daughter wanted to look round so bought a ticket for that, which included visit to the Spanish synagogue, but that was closed. You enter through a monument showing every name and dates of birth and death of every Jew killed in WW2, then you walk through the grave yard. So many tomb stones, which seem to have just been thrown there. Then you realise the wall around the grave yard is very deep, and thousands of Jews are buried on top of each other. Once again another reminder of how cruel a human being can be so cruel to their fellow man/woman/child.