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Risiera di San Sabba, Trieste
Categories: Specialty Museums, Museums
Built in 1913, Risiera di San Sabba served as a Nazi concentration camp during World War II, and is now a civic museum. As a concentration camp, the building was a detention center and the site of executions of political prisoners. Now, you can tour the structure, see the holding cells, and view historical objects, such as a leaded stick used to subdue prisoners. There are also graphic photos and displays with English translations. See Risiera di San Sabba and all Trieste has to offer by arranging your trip with our Trieste vacation trip planner.
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un luogo dove ci si rende conto quanto hanno sofferto molte persone in quei momenti terribili della seconda guerra mondiale.a place where you realize how many people suffered in those terrible moments of World War II.show original
Museo dell'unico campo di sterminio in Italia, non ci sono parole per descrivere ciò che si vede e ciò che rappresentaMuseum of the only death camp in Italy, there are no words to describe what is seen and what isshow original
Schautafeln und Videos nicht in deutscher Sprache, Dauerberieselung durch laufende Filme, keine Führungen für SchülerGruppenExhibition panels and videos not in the German language, continuous irrigation by running movies, no guides for SchülerGruppenshow original
BERNARD VELNIC WAS IN THE SAN SABO CAMP IN 1958 AS AREFUGI AND MAGRITED TO AUSTRALIA IN 1959
Very sobering visit to this historical location. For those that don't speak much Italian, it's worthwhile to read the English hand out on their website. We took it with us and it helped contextualize the things we were seeing. There is limited parking in the area as is true in most of Italy. Parking in the Familia parking lot, going down the stairs and around the corner to the left will ensure you arrive in the right location. Our GPS didn't do a great job finding the location which is why we parked and asked.
Dr. Rajeev Agarwala
Lessons in history in modern world full of conflicts
very emotional... they often have interesting exhibitions.
A sad worth visiting historic place
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