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Nationaal Monument Kamp Vught, Vught
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  • A very exciting place that started camp as SS, but up to now the Indonesian minority, used by the military and a prison. The speakers on the grounds are very good and it's really very good all issued. Some very moving places of memory - specifically the female cell and the monument to children.
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  • A very impressive place, you certainly should have visited once. The audio tour is highly recommended. That way you get to hear everything about the camp, and you can do everything at your own pace. The stories of surviving are also very impressive. It gives you goose bumps.
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  • Restoration and displays from a German Concentration Camp that later held informants as the Liberation happened and then housed Indonesian members of the Dutch Army. An overview of what happened in th...  more »
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  • Also in Netherlands we had (unfortunately) a concentration camp. Very impressive.
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  • So that the history is not forgotten.
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  • An impressive experience where everyone actually once must have been. You get a good idea of how it's been in Camp Vught. Only with words to describe. The listening tour is an absolute must! So you get a really good impression of what is going on here. Several times with a piece in my throat listened to the stories. This monument leaves you in an appropriate way to look at a past that must never be forgotten. You also realize how little we as humanity have learned from this terrible past. Maybe it does that the most grief. Barak 1b is nicely restored, but it doesn't feel more like a barracks from a concentration camp. The main complex made me more ...
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  • Very impressive. I have learned a lot about the concentration camp. Tip! Take the listening tour. That are of those little devices. In each cleans up is something explained. And that's really super convenient. I also saw people without such a device and who ran anyway but around a bit without knowing what it's about.
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  • gripping and unique beautiful story behind the events. No the guided tour then you know also what/why it happened many things are intact a must
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