Hotel Stadion Slaski

Address: ul. Katowicka 10, Chorzow, Southern Poland, 41-500, Poland | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on ul. Katowicka 10, Chorzow.
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      Travel Blogs from Chorzow

      Never Again With Me

      A travel blog entry by samcohon on Jan 27, 2015

      14 comments, 10 photos

      ... spoke here in Krakow, where he directed Schindler’s List back in 1993, leading to the Shoah Foundation and its great work chronicling the lives of survivors. He said, “If you’re a Holocaust survivor your identity as a Jew was threatened by the Third Reich. Your identity is flooded with mortality, [and] unspeakable acts of hatred, but your identity is also one of resilience and an incomparable appreciation of life despite all those who tried ...

      Onto Oswiecim!

      A travel blog entry by petersheridan on Jul 21, 2014

      8 photos

      ... horrible and tragic chapter in the history of Europe. Today's ride, well we started off with some more hills, small initially then larger then more gravel and a route through a forest that ended in a steep muddy creek but pushed the bikes through and back onto a bitumen road. Thank goodness once again for the GPS as this mornings ride was a nightmare of small lanes, villages, crossroads, T junctions and short cuts, what was Tomas thinking? We don't believe ...

      Fabulous Machine

      A travel blog entry by ejm56 on May 24, 2014

      11 photos

      ... recognised as the symbol and centrepiece of the Holocaust, because it was an astonishing factory of death, killing well over a million people. A similar number died at Treblinka in even more abject circumstances. Perhaps it is because so much of the physical fabric survives; it is not an empty field like Treblinka, and there is quite a lot to look at. It may be that there are many survivors from Auschwitz, so there are many stories to be told. This is because Auschwitz was uniquely ...

      Day 7

      A travel blog entry by mmoonan on Jul 18, 2013

      6 photos

      ... 10am. Great two-hour tour that dropped us off at the Shindler Factory, which has now been turned into a museum.The Shindler museum was unlike any other we have seen – but then again, we are fortunate to live in a country such as ours. The museum is an emotional immersion into one man’s resolve to do what he could to protect those people who were being rounded up by Nazis and sent to labor camps and eventually to their horrifyingly slow, brutal deaths ...

      Auschwitz and Birkenau

      A travel blog entry by hailseurope2013 on Feb 26, 2013

      20 photos

      ... peasant huts, known as the 'bunkers'. The first 'bunker', with two sealed rooms, operated from January 1942 to the end of that year. The second, with four air tight rooms, became redundant in the spring of 1943, but remained standing and was used again in the autumn of 1944 when extra 'capacity' was needed for the murder of Hungarian Jews and the liquidation of the ghettos. The second measured about 1.134 square feet. The victims murdered in the 'bunkers' were first ...