Agroturystyka Oswiecim

Address: Åšlepa 8 Rd., Oswiecim, Southern Poland, Poland | Ranch
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This ranch, located on Ĺšlepa 8 Rd., Oswiecim, is near Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum and Auschwitz Jewish Center Foundation.
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      Auschwitz Halfway House

      A travel blog entry by carl.sanchez on Nov 12, 2014

      5 photos

      A compare and contrast film that compares the Nazi death camps with the modern halfway houses and mental hospitals in the United States. Mr. Sanchez was illegally framed up by his own attorney, Pedro Castillo secretly in collusion with the U.S. federal police. Mr. Sanchez was help in custody as a "ward" in 2 halfway houses plus a prison named Metropolitan Detention Center. The U.S. government maintains that M.D.C. is not a prison and that it's only a ...

      Europe's Evil Past

      A travel blog entry by bdsaly on Oct 25, 2014

      3 comments, 29 photos

      ... our guide reminded us that the vast majority of people brought here, perhaps 75%, spent no longer in Birkenau than we do today. Around one hour. That's how long it took to off load them from their cattle car transport, for a doctor to decide they were unfit to be worked to death and to be marched the few hundred yards to the gas chambers, stripped, shaved and murdered.

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      A day to remember.

      A travel blog entry by robthebruce on Aug 18, 2014


      ... make the camp). The subsequent sections were made of wood.  Most of the brick barracks still exist, whereas the wooden ones have mostly collapsed and rotten.  My understanding is that the wooden barracks that exist today were reconstructed. When the tour was over, we were left on our own to wander around and finally  ‘take it all in’.  I spent another hour just wandering through he fields taking photos and trying to imagine how this ...


      A travel blog entry by watties42 on Jul 23, 2014

      ... scary elevator ride, very squishy and fast up to the top. A really long drive back into krakow, dropping people off at motels. We got off at city centre and had dinner one more time in city square. Bit disappointed as we asked for English menu, I thought it was a menu in English, but it wS actually English food! so had boring old pasta. Back to hotel in dark and readying up for getting up at three thirty to catch plane to ...


      A travel blog entry by pumpkinbeetroot on Jul 01, 2014

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      ... forced to work, bear in mind the average lifespan of a worker was three months. The two gas chambers were located at the end of the train tracks at the far end of the barracks. These were both blown up by the SS when they knew the war was lost as the Russian troops approached from the east. Their underground construction was still visible. Male and females were forced to undress in the same long room on entering the bunker, they had been told that they ...