It is said that hope dies last. In the beginning of WW II, the Jews could still believe their confiscated property would be returned to them. A few years later, all they could hope for was surviving. Like the families that sent their sons into battle.
It's 1939 and a Jewish family is forced to leave their luxurious villa with only a handful of belongings. It's 1943 and a barely fifteen year old son of a Nazi functionary is going to the front. None of them will ever come back to the villa again. They're having a picnic somewhere beyond our reality. Unlike the film, the real destiny of the house is more cheerful - today, you'll find a nursery here.
From there, you can head out and explore the time-honoured Jaroměř. Make sure not to leave out the town museum, located in the former department store Wenke & Son. The building designed by Josef Gočár in the early 20th century is one of the prominent historical sights of modern European architecture.