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... br> Breakfast : Zapiekanka and coffee : 10.5 PLN
Baggage Locker fees : 3 PLN
Washroom usage : 1+1 PLN
Guide Book : 5 PLN
Hot Chocolate : 4 PLN
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Regular Entry Pass for individual visit for Guided Tours with Headphone : 40 PLN (I did for free as arrived before 10 AM)
On a mild and sunny day in late October, we visit the Nazi death camp of Auschwitz-Birkenau.
The concentration camp of Auschwitz, the byword for the evil that was Nazi Germany is now a museum. There are long lines to enter, with tours passing every 30 minutes through the gate that declares "Arbeit Macht Frei". Today it's bus loads of Hungarians taking advantage of a holiday weekend in that country and a charter plane from Luxembourg adding ...
... camp population was bursting at the seams, it was used to offload the prisoners at a distance, and walk them to the main camp.
After about 10 minutes, we reached the main reception area for visitors. It is a plain, under-stated enclosure, and except for the massive arrays of barbed wire pillars, does not initially reveal the actual nature of the location. It is appropriately under-stated, with audio and guide-led tours in English, German, Russian, ...
... war and movement of people. It showed Jews and other prisoners arriving to the camps and then showed bodies piled up in the mass grave. At the end was a book with the names of the prisoners who were murdered at Auschwitz, where they were from and possibly the day that they died.
We took the shuttle bus over to Auschwitz II-Birkenau. While Auschwitz I was known as the base camp this second, much larger camp, was known as the extermination camp. ...
... de dientes, cepillos para el cabello y maletas. Estos artículos fueron redistribuidos a los miembros del ejército alemán ya que toda la industria se centraba en el desarrollo militar. 1.100.000 Judios fueron traídos aquí, que compone aproximadamente el 90% de los prisioneros. El resto eran gitanos, prisioneros políticos, los intelectuales de muchos países, monjes, sacerdotes, y muchos más. Una imagen mostraba a una mujer que pesaba 46 kilos ...