During my recent visit to the small town of Kalavryta, we visited the museum. The museum is the actual primary school where the German summoned the male inhabitants of kalavryta in order to take them to execution. The rooms (former classrooms) take you from the peaceful life the town was living before the holocaust, to how it was taken to catastrophe and how memories are still ghosting the place. Some things should not be neither forgotten nor forgiven. If you find yourselves in Kalavryta, take the time to visit. It is worth it!
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