We got in for closer views of all three entrances, but we kept on the move to avoid scrutiny of ourselves. And as a consequence, we became quite familiar with the paths connecting the two motor roadways with the footpath entry.
The whole area is filled up with rubble that must have been carted out of the city after its destruction.
I sighed to think about all the new buildings beyond, and the people within them, facing the destruction of destruction in the day’s ahead.
We learned that very few on foot went through the motor road entries. And the central path was exclusively for those on foot. Even many not bearing the mark, by all appearances doing forced labor.