Miodowa 7, Krakow, Southern Poland, 31 055, Poland | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Krakow

Proud to be Polish!

A travel blog entry by jenwojnarowicz


... a room that contained the hair of thousands of victims. All people who entered the camp had there hair cut off and right there in front of me proved that millions of people had died. We walked through a gas chamber and it really was an emotionally exhausting experience, it is not even possible for me to put myself in their place because I can't imagine that the world could ever be so cruel. I learned a lot from the tour guide and this place should be on every persons ...

Krakow , Polands heart.

A travel blog entry by michelle.booth5


... and urban planning are so easily
recognisable. Built from its nucleus (the city centre) outwards, and having escaped much of the destruction endured by Poland during 20th-century wars, Kraków's many architectural monuments can typically be seen in historical order by simply walking from the city centre out
towards its later districts.

So much history! These few days turned out to ...

Topdeck Hungary, Austria and Poland

A travel blog entry by cleegan


... Fields and S-21 Prison, which were all requisitioned buildings, just shows how truly fanatical the Nazi's were in their anti-Semitic policy: they created the infrastructure they needed to perpetuate their fantasy. Auschwitz II - Birkenau was created with one purpose: to kill people. Approximately 1.3 million people were transported to and died at Auschwitz II - Birkenau, mainly in gas chambers. People arrived on trains, often in the middle of the night, and were divided ...

Raj Pierogi and Friends

A travel blog entry by sp13rome

... wall. I lost it and after that it was just hard. We saw the gas chambers too at Auschwitz I. At the death wall I started picking up small rocks so I could leave them at certain places, as per Jewish custom. Then we went to Auschwitz II-Birkenau, the bigger camp. It was basically destroyed in the Nazis retreat so only a few barracks were standing, but I think they were reassembled. They were all built by the prisoners as were the two ...


A travel blog entry by tezzatravels


... shot on the spot. So effective was the Nazi cleanising of the Jews from Krakow in WWII that there is effectively no Jewish presence in Krakow some 70 years later in a city that at the time was 25% Jewish.

We were outside the Schindler Museum when our guide gave his version of the supposed saviour of 1,098 Jews. Schindler was making a profit in a facility taken from the Jews and used Jewish labour as it saved him money. He was a drunk and philanderer ...

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