Ex Campo di Concentramento di Fossoli, Fossoli
(2.3/5 based on 90+ reviews on the web)
Ex Campo di Concentramento di Fossoli is located in Fossoli. Work out when and for how long to visit Ex Campo di Concentramento di Fossoli and other Carpi attractions using our handy Carpi holiday planner.
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  • What's left of it today, in my view, documents more ignorance of past administrations in guarding certain locations, rather than the story itself of its past. Little or almost nothing in fact remains of what was, but thanks to the efforts of the volunteers who work in disseminating the "story". A real shame, as evidence of a desire for oblivion.
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  • site distant from the city with obvious aspects of abandonment, however, arouses strong emotions along the narrow streets of this place built for the moral and physical humiliation and deportation-
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  • I know the field of Fossoli, I worked as a volunteer one year together with assiociazione Fossoli Camp Foundation. When open admission is free, the volunteers serve as guides inside, have to book a guided tour. the old field remains today only the East Wing (the one closest to the road) but it's always an important testimony. two shacks have been recovered x activities with schools, something I want to say is that, in my opinion, the untreated vegetation is taking over on the structure, some shacks are now hidden by trees (after 70 years you will want as they grew), this prevents you from having your image clear of the field and the shanties themselves, I think it can intervene (safely of course) ... hopefully because I have visited other camps in Europe and the difference you see unfortunately ... still visits always positive and that make you think ...
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