History lesson: Where the Auschwitz is? The short history of concentration camp

Concentration camp in Oświęcim is one of the largest European necropolises and one of the most visited tragic memorabilia after World War II. The German death factory is today a tourist attraction, paradoxically an exceptionally interesting attraction, which attracts death and its bad reputation. Although today, crowds of tourists come to

Oświęcim, often not understanding the camp’s message, the history of KL Auschwitz is an amazing story of bestiality, extermination, but also martyrdom and heroism of prisoners.

The remains of the extermination machine have also not disappeared, becoming a significant proof of the bestial occupation of Poland by the German people. After the war, to document the enormity of the Germans’ crime, a museum was established in the Auschwitz-Birkenau camp. It has become a symbol of the martyrdom of a multinational community, perverted thoughtlessly by the perpetrators who usurped the law for the alleged Aryan origin. The total number of victims is unknown, but it is estimated at 4 million people.

Such Auschwitz tour are currently very popular. We can find the most Auschwitz tours in Krakow, because from there it is very close to Oświęcim, but there are also many ads on the internet.

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