Address: ul. Beskidzka 88, Tresna, Southern Poland, Poland | Hotel
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This hotel is located on ul. Beskidzka 88, Tresna.
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      Face to face with evil

      A travel blog entry by jennymgg on Oct 01, 2014

      ... the biggest food producer in Europe, but it doesn't need to buy from anywhere else. We arrived early, so Paul took us for a quick drive past Birkenau, the second site we'd be visiting, as well as the railway track where every prisoner arrived. Sitting on the track was an original carriage used to transport people to the camp. They would cram 80 people into the carriages, herding them like cattle, leading them towards certain death. Most Jews were sent ...

      Auschwitz - Death revisited

      A travel blog entry by shikharp on May 29, 2014

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      ... enclosures serve as haunting displays. In one of the very first one, a mound of 2-3 lb drab green canisters is on display, about 6 feet high. These are the used canisters of the ‘Zyklon B’ gas pellets, which would be used to gas the prisoners. Another display has an actual can up close, along with a few inert pellets.

      Next to that, is a large pile of clothes of incoming prisoners, unsorted and in a pile. Immediately next to it is an eerie ...

      Worldwide March of the Living

      A travel blog entry by lamotl2014 on Apr 28, 2014

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      ... was in operation from December 1942 until January 1945. Over 9,000 victims were murdered in this forced labor camp.

      Oskar Schindler – A German industrialist who was an active member of the Nazi party at the outbreak of WWII. Initially Schindler supported the Nazi party because of the great financial success it brought him as a businessman; however, as the war years progressed, and he saw the cruelty with ...

      A hard few days

      A travel blog entry by tiggerbird on Aug 12, 2012

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      ... and Birkenau.

      Starting with Auschwitz I, each red brick block is dedicated to the nationalities that died there, and a typical tour will take around 3 hours but only allow you to experience a small fraction of the devastation...

      The second camp at Birkenau, which became the main site of extermination of the Jewish race is not as in tact as Auschwitz, but it somehow captures what went on there to a greater extent.

      It's ...

      I'm Still Taking It All In

      A travel blog entry by rsmonterusso on Jun 25, 2011

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      ... the camp would have, saw where they would have been unloaded and separated from their families, and where two crematoriums and gas chambers had been destroyed in an attempt to hide the evidence of the awful crimes committed there. We stared at the memorial made in honor of those lost and saw pictures of those lost, sometimes das after entering the camp, sometimes longer if they were able to steal food, but all had died.

      It was a very moving ...