Musee de Sachsenhausen, Oranienburg

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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. Plan my day in Oranienburg using traveler tips and tourist information provided by Inspirock.
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  • Great, I liked the approach and how to convey the theme. It has lots of information and knowledge and transmits it very well. Thank you.
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  • The museum is small and filled with displays from both the Nazi and Soviet occupation of the camp. It's not a very big place. Part of the building was closed when we were there. The back portion house...  more »
  • Ideal for not to forget history and that does not happen again. Last about 3 hours shows the distribution and buildings that housed Jews and other prisoners unwanted by Hitler. It was a labour camp, but killed many presioneros. They also had crematoriums. The audio guides are recommended.
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