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Plaszow Concentration Camp, Krakow

(3.5/5 based on 140+ reviews on the web)
After 2nd.WW that place was left shabby. Macevas were vanishing between grass. The ruins of the Pre-burial House were desecrated by vodka - drinkers. The locals walked their dogs. Recently the HUMAN SCULL has been found by a dog...Glass - splinters, plastics, and the other rubbish around. Restore memory of that place.

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  • Unfortunately the former site is very run down and little reminiscent of that time, göth Villa is just completely renovated. A few memorials are found, otherwise it is a dog run area, picnic area and a bit rubbish dump. Too bad, you should go to the past in this place me!
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  • A must-see that will make you see the horror that is lived. It is a somewhat hard experience because you understand that it was real, but you learn. I was very emotional
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  • The camp is abandoned, it only remains to strictly speaking no building of the camp as such but emotion hugged us when we are at the edge of the mass grave. In the about the very close to the camp it is still possible to see the camp commander Amon Goethe House, as well as the gray House that survived history and which is now an apartment.
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