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TRAVEL'IN GREECE | Chania Old Town, #Crete, #Greece, #travelingreece

TRAVEL'IN GREECE | Chania Old Town, #Crete, #Greece, #travelingreece

Portrait of 4years old Istvan Reiner, (taken shortly before he was killed in Auschwitz), 1944. It's heart-breaking how happy the little guy looks.

Portrait of 4years old Istvan Reiner, (taken shortly before he was killed in Auschwitz), 1944. It's heart-breaking how happy the little guy looks.

Hania Lighthouse, Crete, Greece

Hania Lighthouse, Crete, Greece

Orvieto, Italy  Look for the father and son who make wine in their basement right in the middle of town.

Orvieto, Italy Look for the father and son who make wine in their basement right in the middle of town.

Awesomely Gross Medical Illustrations From the 19th Century | Watercolor drawing of the left hand of a 63-year-old woman suffering from chronic gout.   D.A.P.  | WIRED.com

Awesomely Gross Medical Illustrations From the 19th Century | Watercolor drawing of the left hand of a 63-year-old woman suffering from chronic gout. D.A.P. | WIRED.com

The Sick Rose: 10 beautifully gruesome medical illustrations | Science Focus

The Sick Rose: 10 beautifully gruesome medical illustrations | Science Focus

House in Hania, Crete, Greece

House in Hania, Crete, Greece

WTF??

WTF??

Josef Mengele was dubbed the Angel of Death – the Nazi doctor who tortured and killed thousands of children in grisly experiments at Auschwitz.   He was also hugely fascinated by twins and once sewed Gypsy children together to create Siamese twins.  Notes of his operations were destroyed but it is thought that at least 3,000 twins were subjected to his experiments and thousands more killed.

Josef Mengele was dubbed the Angel of Death – the Nazi doctor who tortured and killed thousands of children in grisly experiments at Auschwitz. He was also hugely fascinated by twins and once sewed Gypsy children together to create Siamese twins. Notes of his operations were destroyed but it is thought that at least 3,000 twins were subjected to his experiments and thousands more killed.