Hotel Beskid

Address: ul. Jana Kazimierza 122, Milowka, Southern Poland, 34-360, Poland | Hotel
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This hotel is located on ul. Jana Kazimierza 122, Milowka.
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    Travel Blogs from Milowka

    Auschwitz part 1

    A travel blog entry by laurenmichaud on Oct 18, 2014

    12 photos

    ... I remembered of Auschwitz, this and the barbed wire fences hung from a peculiar concrete post structure we’ll look at later. Auschwitz survives today because in addition to Jews, tens of thousands of Russian POWs were exterminated at Auschwitz. When Russia achieve hegemony over the East Bloc countries, while they did nothing to spruce up Auschwitz and were not particularly interested in turning it into a tourist attraction, they did make sure that ...

    Day 12 - Auschwitz... On Our Way To Warsaw

    A travel blog entry by ourgreatescapes on Aug 24, 2014

    8 photos

    Our first stop, on our way to Warsaw, was the former concentration camp - Auschwitz.

    The Nazi atrocities were certainly not foreign to us, however, to see the camp and evidence of this tragic time in world history was not at all what we expected. When you see photos of the people killed in the camp, the huge mounds of human hair that was being sold to make cloth, and the mounds of personal effects, the gravity of the place takes hold.

    The ...


    A travel blog entry by lamotl2014 on Apr 27, 2014

    4 comments, 46 photos

    ... miles from Auschwitz. It was here that over 1,100,000 Jews were murdered in a systematic way. Today we heard from a number of our survivors who spent time at Birkenau. Jack spoke to the group about his time in Birkenau and how he watched his sister walk into the gas chamber and never walk out. Paula spoke about life in the camp as a child and what it was like to have ...

    A few heavy days...

    A travel blog entry by mpanzer on Jul 31, 2013

    ... on (a few of the exhibits did not seem to fit and some were potentially packed full of too much information). That being said, the narrative of this exhibit was tremendous. Suprisingly, the focus of the exhibit was more on the chronology of occupied Poland. This history clearly reflected not only the plights of the average Poles, but also the Jews. Surprisingly, other than a film and a few rooms, there was very little on the ...


    A travel blog entry by sheppa80 on Jul 08, 2013

    35 photos

    ... it was nothing compared to the victims’ possessions that were on display. When the camp was liberated, the Soviet Union soldiers found many of the valuable possessions of the victims in big storage sheds. Clothes, suitcases, toiletries, shoes and more bizarre things, such as human hair were taken from the people sentenced to death. These items normally would have been sent onto Germany for the German people to use. Seeing mountains of suitcases with the ...