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... to take any photos there. On day 3 I went to aushwitz. I did a small group tour with a private guide. I was picked up at my hotel in an air conditioned bus. I took about 90 minutes to get there from Krakow and during the drive we watched a film about the camp to prepare us. When we arrived at aushwitz we received headphones so we could always hear our guide. Aushwitz is huge. Most of empty barracks are just exhibits. We ...
... years ago. Visited a square with chairs set in it.Memorial to Jews shipped away.Apparently the Nazis denuded the surrounding houses of furniture as they searched for valuables. The square was full of chairs and other goods not needed by Nazis.The old town was populated by Germans of rank with the commander taking over the castle naturally.Castle is impressive with many architectural styles baroque gothic etc. set over a bend in the river with usual ...
We took a train out to the salt mines about 20 kms out of town. It is quite a developed tourist attraction which hosts 1.3 m tourists per year. It is 327m below ground surface and its total length is 245 km. it contains 2,400 chambers. There is evidence that salt was mined here some five thousand years ago although most of the mine was excavated since the industrial revolution using mechanical means. Our tour guide had a microphone and we all had receivers with earpieces. We ...
... to see and unfathomable that people were going through this just 75 years ago. Oskar Schindler's Factory was a tourist special. It took us an hour each way to walk to and from and was not worth it because the factory no longer exists. I'm a bit embarrassed that I didn't know that- had I known it was just a museum we probably would have passed. On the way home we got to walk through the Jewish town- Kazimierz and the ghetto where ...
... deceived into believing that life in the concentration camps were better than the war-torn world outside. And it's impossible to escape because of the electrocuted fences - for every person that escapes, 10 others have to die for it.
We also saw huge displays of human hair, shoes, luggages, belongings of the people who were brought to the camp. There were also huge groups of Israelis tourists who were wearing their flags at ...