Hotel Maranta

Address: ul. Stanislawa Malachowskiego 130, Rybnik, Southern Poland, 44-251, Poland | Hotel
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This hotel is located on ul. Stanislawa Malachowskiego 130, Rybnik.
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A travel blog entry by sverregunnersen on Jul 10, 2014

3 comments, 15 photos

... prisoner clothing, and there was a display showing uniforms that had been worn by prisoners. On the wall were photos of prisoners along with their arrival date and their death date - even the ones that were not immediately executed generally died within a few weeks to a couple of months of arriving - often through malnutrition. On the wall were some before and after photos of prisoners: one Jewish girl who arrived weighing 50-something kilograms, but ...

Fabulous Machine

A travel blog entry by ejm56 on May 24, 2014

11 photos

... grounds of Poland from 1942 onwards. What it represents is the apogee of Holocaust practice. It is the culmination of years of experience and development in the treatment of prisoners and in the killing of those deemed unworthy of life. This is the top of the tree, the best there is, the Show Home of the National Socialist Empire of the Camps. Since the camps were such an integral part of the Third Reich, Auschwitz is the purest distillation of the embodiment of the evil that ...

Day 7

A travel blog entry by mmoonan on Jul 18, 2013

6 photos

... salt mines still in operation. The mine's attractions include dozens of statues, three chapels and an entire cathedral that has been carved out of the rock salt by the miners.The Wieliczka salt mine reaches a depth of 1,073 ...


A travel blog entry by lisabott on Aug 28, 2012

13 photos

... experiences we've had on this trip and all the places we've visited, Auschwitz is the one everyone should see in their life. On the bus ride out, our tour manager spoke to us about remembering our experience today and appreciating what we have and its something I have thought a few times on this trip. Each county we have visited has shown us how they suffered under the Third Reich and under Communism and I think to myself we are ...

Auschwitz Extermination camp.

A travel blog entry by 92.days.vagrant on May 24, 2011

2 comments, 148 photos

... to say the least.

We all boarded the shuttle bus to Birkenau, the second part of the camp. As soon as we got off the bus and spotted the rows and rows of barbed wire as far as the eye could see we knew this was going to be more intense. The same guide brought us to the old prisoners’ barracks, still intact and one of the crematoria’s. Within 45 minutes the tour was over. We couldn’t believe it. The camp was huge, at least ten times the size of ...