Rick Steves tells the story of Europe’s art, and remembering Vladimir Munk | Passport Picks
Rick Steves Art of Europe weaves Europe’s greatest masterpieces into an entertaining and inspiring story. From prehistoric cave paintings to the ancient civilizations of Egypt, Greece, and Rome; through a thousand years of Middle Ages to the Renaissance; and from extravagant Baroque to the tumultuous 20th century, we’ll see how Europe’s art both connects us to the past and points the way forward.
Honoring the legacy of Holocaust survivor Vladimir Munk
This week we celebrate the life and legacy of Vladimir Munk who passed away peacefully this past Saturday.
Return to Auschwitz: The Survival of Vladimir Munk is a moving documentary of Czech Holocaust survivor and retired U.S. professor Vladimir Munk. The film followed Vladimir in 2020, at age 95, as he returned to Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration and extermination camp, one of the camps where he was held prisoner during World War II.
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