I was only a kid when they opened this museum, and I heard an old ex-con from this prison, who was an anti-communist dissident, that it is nice the authorities created this memorial, but it is too nice and reconditioned in comparison with what he experienced there.
I personaly liked it from a cultural and historical enriching point of view. It is truly worth seeing, but imagine the ex-cons who fought for freedom had it much worse. Every time I pass-by this lovely city, I visit it in order to appreciate more my current freedom.
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