Palac Wisniewski

Address: ul. Ks. Jerzego Popieluszki 13, Piekary Slaskie, Southern Poland, 41-940, Poland | Hotel
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This hotel is located on ul. Ks. Jerzego Popieluszki 13, Piekary Slaskie.
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          Auschwitz-Birkenau Visit & Kraków views

          A travel blog entry by clgs on Jun 18, 2015

          4 comments, 34 photos

          ... that 75% of these people were gassed on arrival at the camp because they were considered to be of no value to the Nazi war machine in that they could not be put to work as forced labour in factories, in mines, on farms or in the camps themselves. The remainder died as a result of malnutrition, disease, medical experimentation or were simply executed or starved to death. The sacrifice of these innocent people is commemorated simply ...

          Community and Holiness on the Road, in Poland

          A travel blog entry by samcohon on Jan 28, 2015

          5 comments, 5 photos

          ... 8212;felt sacred. But it is hard to see Auschwitz as holy when the word that comes to mind much quicker is horrible.

          Finally, I also experienced one other form of community yesterday. It was in the press tent for accredited journalists, of which there were hundreds present. Now I know that the press does not have the best reputation at present. It probably never has, to be frank. News people are often given bestial nicknames, called jackals, ...

          Auschwitz - Death revisited

          A travel blog entry by shikharp on May 29, 2014

          40 photos

          ... 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, ...

          Day 97: Auschwitz

          A travel blog entry by johnnyandamber on Jan 22, 2014

          3 comments, 12 photos

          ... 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. ...

          The run around / La recorrida

          A travel blog entry by journeythrough on Jul 08, 2012

          16 photos

          ... comida en un supermercado que se sumó a unos pocos 10 euros, y para la cena me ordené el plato más caro del menú que estaba a menos de 5 euros! ¿Qué te parece ese problema? Lástima que no eran coronas checas, ya que podría haber regalado a la pobrecita que perdió 700 euros. Bueno, voy a encontrar a alguien va a Polonia!

          Thanks for reading my blog everyone, and for your comments too! I'm really shocked at how many views there are and ...