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Musee de Sachsenhausen, Oranienburg

(4.7/5 based on 320 reviews on the web)
Musee de Sachsenhausen, a concentration camp, was originally a Nazi construction but was also used by the Soviets between 1945 and 1950. Several buildings and structures still survive or have been reconstructed. You'll see the guard towers, camp entrance, crematory ovens, and camp barracks. One museum documents the camp's Nazi period. Another focuses on its Soviet control. Guided tours of and audio guides are available. Arrange to visit Musee de Sachsenhausen and other attractions in Oranienburg using our Oranienburg tour planner.
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  • A must see if you are in the Berlin area. Such awful things happened here, and this makes you reflect on the recent past  more »
  • While it is true he is strong, a visit to this field is very interesting and illustrative. The guide who brought us the tour was super! too bad not to remember the name.
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  • Live and a day of - 4 degrees were which helped to contextualize what we saw. We rent out audioguides (3euros. Free entry) and was an excellent decision (you can rent one every two but may bother others). The audio and the explanations were the perfect company for what we saw and felt. We were 5 hours and we walked about 10 kms in (between free and open air spaces) but we went very mobilized. Due to the wealth of information that provides the space, it is possible to be even 2 or 3 hours more. There are bathrooms in different areas as also places for rest / sit. We are confident that we will forget many things this trip but our visit to the field, ever. Highly recommended. Almost missed would say.
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