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... through the big brick archway, pull into the middle of the track, unload and then from there many were sent right to the crematoriums at the end of the road. They had 3 or 4 crematoriums there. They are nothing but ruins now, but that is only because when the Nazis heard the Allies were coming, they destroyed everything they could. All the men barracks were burned down because they were all made of wood except for the chimneys which still stand.
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... then shared pierogi (polish dumplings). We then met up with a larger group and did a pub crawl through Krakow. The first place served very strong drinks and had a good dancefloor, the second played entirely Korean pop music, strangely enough, and the third had platforms to dance on. After the fourth club we ate kebabs (which were also the best kebabs ever) and headed ...
... to Birkenau. This was by far the most powerful moment of the tour. First the train tracks leading inside the complex and built after the opening of the camp in order to streamline the extermination. I was unaware that nearly 80% on the people arriving at the camp did not even get to spend 1 night there as they were taken to the gas chambers as soon as they disembarked from the trains. A total of 300 barracks existed when the camp was in full operation, each ...
... We had little time to spare because we wanted to catch the free walking tour at 10:30.
The walking tour started in Old Town "Stare Miasto" which is the main square of the city and one of the biggest in Europe. St. Mary's Church was our starting point and this church, similar to all others, was really beautiful. The guide told us that every hour the trumpeter would appear from the top of the tower to play his tune, a tradition that has existed since the 13th ...
... city. We visited a former synagogue that is now a Jewish Museum and another synagogue that was still in use (albeit in a very sad state). Krakow is still very much in the rediscovery process in terms of its Jewish heritage, but it is exciting to see that they are embracing their history and want to expand their knowledge of the city’s Jewish past. We had a fantastic time visiting this area. In addition to the Jewish history in ...