Exploring Brody on the way to Radylyviv

Brody had about 75%  Jews before the war. None after, of course. We met a wonderful town historian, Vsili who has done wonders to mark what was there. The most fascinating, until we went to the cemetery that I already wrote about, was the ruins of the Great Synagogue. 




A site for performances at the Mozart festival next year. And the before it was destroyed by both the Nazis and later the elements:


Vault led us all around Brody, through the museum he directs, and after the cemetery and slaughter sites we reflected over drinks and a late lunch before heading out to Radyvyliv to find our family. 




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