Hotel Corona

Address: ul. Oswiecimska 291, Tychy, Southern Poland, 43-100, Poland | Hotel
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This hotel is located on ul. Oswiecimska 291, Tychy.
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    Travel Blogs from Tychy


    A travel blog entry by evaclapham on Sep 01, 2014

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    In a nice little hotel in Tychy called Stara Poczta that used to be the town's main Post Office and where Hannelore's grandfather was an employee. Discovered that there is an Ethnographic park close to Tychy and decided to spend the morning exploring. This an open air museum presenting rural buildings of days gone by, which have been collected and transferred here for preservation. We arrived there to be told that today it was free entry. Great, ...


    A travel blog entry by pumpkinbeetroot on Jul 01, 2014

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    ... We paused for a minute in front of the death wall in the courtyard of Block 11 where thousands of naked prisoners were shot in the back of their head. We finished Auschwitz One with the gas chambers and crematorium. We took the tour bus three kilometers to where Auschwitz Two had been built. The first camp housed around fifteen thousand inmates at its peak, Auschwitz Two held over one hundred thousand in August 1944. Covering approximately 425 acres it ...

    The Wounds of Warsaw

    A travel blog entry by janlill on Jun 15, 2014

    7 photos

    ... trains, Hitler saw Poland as a laboratory for his racial theories. 100 civilians killed for every German soldier killed. Counted and killed. Jews shot randomly. 1943 the Ghetto uprising fought back, but it was tragic. To the thousands in the underground the time seemed right. The big 3 had met, and Roosevelt agreed that more than a third of Poland would go to Stalin. Roosevelt said they must go to Stalin to work it out. Victory in Normandy fueled the ...

    How salty are you?

    A travel blog entry by janlill on Jun 14, 2014

    19 photos

    ... supported by large wooden beams and structures, Imagine working in the pitch dark, using a pick to cut through these tunnels. And the horses that worked alongside the miners, Pulling trolleys, Using pully systems along railway lines, And suddenly, in the middle of all the religious sculptures we saw along the way, We came round a corner to find The seven dwarves Of course we had to sing the song! All these sculptures carves out of salt. And the miners who worked and ...

    Auschwitz & Birkenau Nazi Death Camps

    A travel blog entry by brent_n_dani on Aug 13, 2012

    1 comment, 56 photos

    ... experienced many awful treatments. One of which was being made to stand with 3 other prisoners in a very small cell only large enough for all 4 to stand. They would be standing in these cells from the end of the working day, until the start the next morning. So after up to 12 hours these prisoners were marched back to work. These punishments often resulted in death due to exhaustion & malnutrition.
    It is also in Block 11 that the Nazi’s first used Zyclon-B in ...