Papuga Park

Address: ul. Zapora 3, 43382 Bielsko-Biala, Poland, Bielsko-Biala, Southern Poland, 43382, Poland | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel is located on ul. Zapora 3, 43382 Bielsko-Biala, Poland, Bielsko-Biala.
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Travel Blogs from Bielsko-Biala

Auschwitz - Death revisited

A travel blog entry by shikharp on May 29, 2014

40 photos

... called ‘The Little Red House’ which was reinforced, and turned air-tight and used as the new gas chamber. Over time another Blue house was also appropriated for this purpose.

The layout of Birkenau is on an industrial scale – and is the scene most commonly associated with images of Auschwitz. This is the location one sees in movie scenes from ‘Schindler’s List’, and it is here that the true efficiency and scale ...

Auschwitz & Birkenau

A travel blog entry by mikeraph on Nov 05, 2013

44 photos

... to the museum exhibits that are housed within the buildings there. The piles of glasses, shoes & luggage belonging to the victims defied belief. And the hair. There is a mound of human hair, approximately 2,000 kg of it. The pile is about 1 metre high, 2 metres deep, and 10 metres long. This hair was shorn off the prisoners upon arrival, and was intended to be used by the Nazis in the manufacturing of textiles and products. Belongings are ...

A visit to Auschwitz to pay our respects

A travel blog entry by turkey_to_tt on Jun 22, 2013

1 comment, 39 photos

... the building where the "Angel of Death", Dr Josef Mengler conducted his experiments using people as guinea pigs. We also walked through the gas chamber and saw the holes in the ceiling where the Zyklon B was dropped causing the chemical reaction that suffocated 100s at a time. We then saw the crematoria where the victims were burnt.

We then took a bus to the adjacent camp 3 kilometres away ...


A travel blog entry by rpalmer_13 on May 20, 2013

... taking pictures of it. They sure wouldn't have done justice to the feeling I got looking at it. There were pictures covering the hallway walls of those brought to the camp, the ones that passed through selection and weren't immediately killed. According to our tour guide, only about 1/3 or less of those deported were allowed to live past that first day of arrival. They have no way of knowing the exact number of victims because they didn't keep records of the ...


A travel blog entry by hannahteebay on Jul 04, 2012

... Germans changed the name of the town to Auschwitz during their occupation.

We were so very glad that we had gone to Auschwitz, I really think that it is a place everyone should go to – to remember what happened and to honour all of those who lost their lives in this terrible massacre. Even though we had visited Dacchau in Germany, there was nothing that could have prepared us for this day. Although it is a museum, it is not like Dacchau in that it tells the ...