The paradox raises difficult questions about how we remember the past.
Many tourists–especially people who come from western democracies–are fascinated with the communist pasts of central and eastern European countries. Their desire to gaze upon, consume, and experience the remnants of life behind the Iron Curtain contrasts with the desire of many local people to distance and forget their traumatic pasts.
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