Hotel Glob

16 Powstancow Slaskich Street, Oswiecim, Southern Poland, 32-610, Poland | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 16 Powstancow Slaskich Street, Oswiecim, is near Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum and Auschwitz Jewish Center Foundation.
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    A day to remember.

    A travel blog entry by robthebruce on Aug 18, 2014


    ... the audio. We move through the gate with the sign "Arbeit macht frei" which is German for “work makes you free”.    Our guide moves the group through the buildings and over an hour and ½ the store of Auschwitz I was told.   There were times when I was trying to absorb information and really 'take in’ what I was seeing, but the guide was moving us along to make way for the next group.  It felt very rushed. ...


    A travel blog entry by vincent.michon on Aug 09, 2014

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    ... and Russia agreed on splitting Poland in 1939 (the famous pact of non aggression), where the nazis assured Stalin they wanted to work "hand in hand" with him to invade Poland and share its land, also how Stalin's troops did not make a move to help the Warsaw uprising in 1944, leading to its crushing by the German troops. Of course, you see nothing of this in the Russian museum, only stories about Russian POWs managing to ...


    A travel blog entry by sverregunnersen on Jul 10, 2014

    3 comments, 15 photos

    ... followup photograph when the camp was liberated weighed in the low 20's, and couldn't be saved. Then was the prison building - a prison with a prison really - which contained "normal" cells, and cells that received no light and no fresh air, and cells that were constructed such that it was only possible to stand. For many of prisoners who were unfortunate enough to attract the ire of the SS officers the prison building was a one way trip no matter ...


    A travel blog entry by pumpkinbeetroot on Jul 01, 2014

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    ... camps throughout Europe during the war but here German soldiers murdered over two and half million people consisting of Polish Jews, Soviet POW's, Gypsies, Czechs, Yugoslavs and political prisoners. The first camp utilised an ex Polish army barracks. Rows of ghostly brick buildings stood behind the high barbed wire fences. Above the main gate through which the prisoners passed each day on their way to work (returning 12 hours later) was the cynical ...

    Fabulous Machine

    A travel blog entry by ejm56 on May 24, 2014

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    ... only to find the the car park full and grim. There are more tour buses parked than anywhere else on our trip to date, maybe twenty or more. Folk are milling around the entrance, like fans gathering for an event. There is a constant flow of people eager to lap up all the horror. You have to push past the mob blocking the door and you have to queue for the loo. And once you get through that lot, there is a further huge throng congregated under "Arbeit Macht Frei", busily photographing it ...