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Gross-Rosen Museum in Rogoznica, Western Poland

(4.4/5 based on 25+ reviews on the web)
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  • A concentration camp which is free if it between one and we want to wander without a guide the only thing paid is the parking but campus is worth to be visited!
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  • I recommend this place to see and think about what these poor people he met there. Tour start from the movie and then walk
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  • After much different concentration camps from World War II was to have visited this once again impressive in the sense of the effectiveness of destruction of the people and humanity. Well maintained by the Polish Government/Foundation. Not many visitors at the time we were there. Well documented with both boards as lots of reading material in the Czech, English, German.
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  • You may have this site almost to yourself.
  • Before entering the camp itself can be in several languages to see a very interesting documentary on the history of the camp, with memories of the prisoners. Price projection was in 2016, just 3 Zl. per person. The camp itself is very well maintained. In the building there are two exposure, in the back of the camp is then exposure with photos of prisoners and entire families with the description of their fate. It's very touching and sad reading. Definitely worth a visit as well as the adjacent quarry. At least a little bit so the visitor can imagine what people have had to endure.
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  • Il ne leftovers plus grand chose
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  • This museum gives a good impression of the former States in the former concentration camp gross-Rosen. Unfortunately, we had a leadership which was totally incapable.
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