Hotel&Spa Kameleon

Address: ul. Borynska 7, Zory, Southern Poland, 44-240, Poland | Inn
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This inn is located on ul. Borynska 7, Zory.
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    Travel Blogs from Zory

    Auschwitz - Death revisited

    A travel blog entry by shikharp on May 29, 2014

    40 photos

    ... is a 20-yard long hall, with grey cement ceilings, and a row of bare yellow bulbs. This is the actual interior of the initial gas chamber put in place. On it’s walls, are seen faint rows of marks about 6 or so feet high – these are the nail marks left by the dying prisoners in throes of their final moments, yet attempting to claw their way out of their impending fate. Since this was an early ‘prototype’ the noise and dying wails ...

    Zorblack's Forest!

    A travel blog entry by chocolategaming on Jan 20, 2014

    10 photos

    Well... since you arrived at the wrong place already, I might as well lead you out of this mess, so ... Welcome to the land of Zorblack's Forests! Here you can find all about the Evil King, Zorblack and how everything came to be of this island! Before I get into the details of this amazing land, here you will find (mostly) forests, volcanoes, seas, lava pits, you know what I mean. It's a really dark world out there and if you want to ...

    Auschwitz & Birkenau

    A travel blog entry by mikeraph on Nov 05, 2013

    44 photos

    ... ruins of the gas chamber, it was strange to observe such beauty in a place where such horrific acts were committed.

    After Birkenau, a minibus took us to Auschwitz. By this time, the sun had completely set. And as we were one of the final tour groups of the day, the 7 of us wandered the gravel pathways between the buildings almost completely alone. Although Birkenau was the site of more deaths, Auschwitz was more confronting. This is ...


    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 walk through death row.

    A travel blog entry by alexandpam on Jun 09, 2012

    1 comment

    ... beds" and each bed slept five people, with the weakest on the bottom level and the strongest at the top. The barracks were initially meant to house 60 horses, but instead became "home" to at least 500 people. There were also barracks that were meant for death row, people being put to immediate death. At Birkenau there are five crematoriums, each with attached gas chamber. 1000 people would be killed at once. ...