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No Fun

This week’s Pabuca topic is “no fun”, so let’s start right away to get it over with^^:

Construction sites usually mean not much fun in the first place – noise, dirt, traffic disturbances. (Except when unusual machines are used, or you’re young enough to see every machine as unusual…) In this case:

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…not even what is being built is a fun topic, because this will (finally) be a memorial for the victims of National Socialism. A German article about it with a model photo is » here.

This garden door doesn’t just stand around alone for fun, of course the rest of the fence will be added soon:

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And finally there is quite some no-fun connected to our small local museum for religious art in the old sacristan house – firstly, the opening hours once per quarter are a bit limited for interested visitors; secondly, everything but the ground floor is not accessible to visitors because of fire safety regulations.

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The exhibits will soon move to a side wing of a nearby church, though.

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1 Comment

  1. Gute Sache, ein Denkmal zu errichten, bevor die letzten Zeitzeugen nicht mehr unter uns weilen. Not funny der Aufruf an die Stadträte, standhaft zu bleiben. Ich glaube es nicht, dazu braucht es einen Aufruf……

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