Muzeum Martyrologii Wielkopolan - Fort Vii, Poznan

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3.8/5 based on a few reviews on the web
Muzeum Martyrologii Wielkopolan - Fort Vii is located in Poznan. Make Muzeum Martyrologii Wielkopolan - Fort Vii a part of your Poznan vacation plans using our Poznan holiday planner.
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  • I had read that there was an exhibition about the Nazi rampage, and that this was located at Fort VII. Originally, this was a fort built by the Poles in the 1800 's to protect the city against external threats. There should be a total of 18 similar buildings around the city. What is unique about this particular plant is that the Germans chose to make it into the first concentration camp in Poland. Here was sent mainly mentally retarded and other mental patients but also people who were considered to be uncomfortable for the Nazi rampage in Poland. Fort VII is a bit outside the city, it goes without saying that go here but we took a taxi from the city centre and it was not expensive so it is recommended. You enter through a large entrance and have the ticket office to the left. One tip is to buy the guide book that takes up the stories behind some of the people who were imprisoned and executed here. I won't go into too much on what is expected to be here, but I think it is up to each individual to see this for yourself. But, to go around here in silence and be reminded what the Nazis were doing is not uplifting but makes you think about how it has been for everyone, more than 18,000 people, who passed here during World War II. There are exhibitions, preserved possessions, cells, gas chambers and other things, so expect to spend at least 1.5-2 hours to walk around and take some of the exhibits as well as the buildings in the area.
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  • One of the first in Poland-founded by the Germans in World War II concentration camp and prison inquiry for poles. Hence in the years 1939-1945, or no longer coming out alive or were deported to other camps of Nazi Germany. The impression of immense suffering.
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  • the place that you must visit this obvious, though I personally was surprised negatively in terms of exhibits and form-słabiutko. rather a place for a walk in the nice day.
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