Transportowiec Hotel

al Armii Krajowej 316, Bielsko-Biala, Southern Poland, 43-300, Poland | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by watso


Just came back from visiting Auschwitz and Birkenau concentration camps... And it really is a heavy but memorable experience. The tour was quite interesting and very informative and we learned about all the atrocities that the nazis did to the prisoners. As the guide told us, this is a great way to remind ourselves that we as humans must not repeat the same horror stories that went on in these camps. I truly feel that ...

A visit to Auschwitz to pay our respects

A travel blog entry by turkey_to_tt


... associated buildings by blowing them up but only partially succeeding. When the camp was liberated in January 1940 less than one thousand prisoners remained and most of those died within the next few days. The Nazis forced marched tens of thousands of prisoners into Germany and many died on the way.

In 1947 Poland created the Auschwitz museum and in 1979 the site was entered onto the UNESCO ...

Auschwitz / Birkenau

A travel blog entry by cassie_bodkin


... the camp. The memorial they have in place there is beautiful with stone plaques paying respect in every language. We passed by an area roped off where they placed the ashes of the deceased that were found when the camp was closed. The two gas chambers that are at Birkenau are on either side of the memorial. The Germans tried to blow up the chambers to eradicate the evidence of what they had done. However, they were too late. The ruins of the chambers are still there. We saw ...

Krakow and the Holocaust

A travel blog entry by ranette


... of human hair, you then see netting and a burlap-like fabric the Nazis wove out of it. After seeing the exhibits at Auschwitz I, the concentration camp, we took a short drive to Auschwitz II, Birkenau, the death camp. Here are the train tracks that come right into the camp, the unloading area where your fate was immediately decided. If you were directed to the left you lived, at least for now, to the right you were to die that day. As you walked further back in ...

Touring Auschwitz

A travel blog entry by mizchka


... so many sad faces and empty eyes. In one building, they had piles and piles of belongings: combs, shoes, suitcases, glasses, etc. Some people sent to the camp actually had to pay to go there and had no idea where they were actually going.

We got to walk into the gas chambers where they would lead prisoners under the pretense that they were going to take a shower. There was a room in the museum with two tons of human hair which represented the hair ...


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