After World War II, the Poles built up bombs Warsaw city from the ground up for paintings. The lot Auschwitz and other memorials stand, so that there should never be any doubt about the authenticity of the story. Even with this grip, there are Holocaust deniers, but their arguments quickly fall to the ground when history is intact.
During the war on Balkans signal building and memorials were some of the first attack targets.
The old great library in Sarajevo was bombed, the historic bridge in Mostar as well. In Syria and Iraq we see the same trend. Why is it so important to frame cultural history? Our identity is largely shaped by the physical environment we have around us. Buildings and architecture are one. . .
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