Hotel Schwarzberghof

Address: Augsburger Str. 105, Dachau, Bavaria, 85221, Germany | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Augsburger Str. 105, Dachau, is near Dachau Concentration Camp.
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          Travel Blogs from Dachau

          Never Again

          A travel blog entry by steph96 on Sep 14, 2015

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          After sleeping in a bed for the first time in several days, I found it difficult to get up. It was also quite wet and raining this morning which was disappointing compared to the beautiful day we had yesterday.
          Nevertheless, we took two trains and a bus to Dachau Memorial site. I had earlier decided not to take any photographs as it seemed disrespectful and therefore I don't have any to show you. I have been fortunate to study Nazi Germany ...

          There are some things you just never understand

          A travel blog entry by jaelithe.wedd on Jul 12, 2015


          ... my tears and mostly cry privately.

          Concentration camps don't make me cry. I guess crying is a release in a sense and I can't cry in these places. I feel nauseated to my stomach.

          There is not much I want to say about this place nor much I care to talk about. I refuse to take photos. Like Auschwitz, I want no physical memory of people's pain. I remember well enough in my head, although I would rather forget.

          Amber ...

          Excursion to Dachau

          A travel blog entry by linley_t on May 08, 2015

          7 photos

          ... be so evil and sadistic to other human beings. Dachau was the first concentration camp in Germany. It started in 1933 (2 months after Hitler came into power), as a prison for political prisoners and anyone the government wanted to detain for whatever reason. Once the war began it turned into a concentration camp. It was the model used for all the other concentration camps in WW2. It wasn't generally used for ...


          A travel blog entry by jessielewcock on Jan 27, 2015

          All evening yesterday I was trying to decide what to do on my free Munich day today. It had been a debate of whether to stay in the town or whether to go on a day trip to somewhere nearby. In the end, the history was just too appealing, so I set off to the railway station by myself to meet a tour group heading out to Dachau Concentration Camp. This turned out to be a wise decision. Our little tour group was made up by myself, two Aussie couples my age, a retired couple from Sydney, ...

          Crimes Against Humanity & Shopping Malls

          A travel blog entry by brandon_t on Oct 14, 2014

          1 comment, 74 photos

          After a night of liter beers and delicious pork we were on our way out of Munich first thing the next morning. Our next destination would be Salzburg, Austria, but not before I made one last stop just outside of Munich. That stop would be the former concentration camp and current memorial, Dachau. Technically Dachau is the name of the town that the camp is located in, but being that the camp is so infamous in history little else is thought of ...

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