Hotel Noma Residence Promnice

Address: Promnice, Kobior, Southern Poland, 43-210, Poland | Hotel
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      Face to face with evil

      A travel blog entry by jennymgg on Oct 01, 2014

      ... was destroyed by the Russians when they liberated it in January 1945, but parts have since been rebuilt. I had expected this tour to be very eerie, but that wasn't the case. There was no atmosphere about it at all. It could've been any tour of any place, but the scale of what it represented is what set it apart. Just one quirky addition from the drive home. We got back to Krakow and Paul went to go the wrong way up a one way street. "They changed ...

      Auschwitz - Death revisited

      A travel blog entry by shikharp on May 29, 2014

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      ... br> One particular haunting sight was that of a braid of brownish-blonde hair, perhaps of a girl in her late teens. The braid is visible, and seems to have been lopped off and put on the display, and that itself puts a lot of human context as the last remains of someone who seems to have materialized atop a pile of dirty matted hair.

      It is these vignettes of human snapshots, that bring into stark focus, the human aspect of the lost lives, just as ...

      The terrors in Oswiecim

      A travel blog entry by wjtoh on Dec 18, 2013

      3 photos

      ... by the German soldiers. The local guide explained thoroughly about the details that happened inside the camp and we were shown Block 11, which was the scariest part of the camp where the prisoners were punished according to the rules violated. There were standing cells inside where four men had to be confined in an enclosed area and did nothing but stand for prolonged periods of time. For severe punishment, there were 'dark cells' ...

      Auschwitz and Birkenau

      A travel blog entry by ruthbarz on Jul 08, 2012

      10 photos

      ... camp to look like. I guess they had people living at Auschwitz I and coming here to build bunks very quickly. Most of the buildings fell down, they just maintained a few so you could see what they were like. There were still too many people per toilet and per bed, but there was also no protection from the elements because the buildings were wooden with a lot of holes to the outside.


      A travel blog entry by jonnylawson on Apr 01, 2011


      ... that is employed by the tour guides there. Each one has a group of up to 20 tourists who all have a set of headphones wired to a multichannel radio. This allows you to wander around as a very loose group and stops you from feeling like you had to be right next to your guide at all times. Very clever.

      As soon as we entered the camp the first thing that confronts you is the legendary sign. 'Arbeit Mach Frei'. What a sick slogan that was. How could anyone be ...