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An hour’s drive away from Krakow, Auschwitz was one of the biggest concentration camps of the Nazis, where more than 1.2 million Jews were exterminated during the Holocaust. A tour of Auschwitz is highly recommended for the commentary it provides on the Nazi genocide.

The Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum is a memorial and museum spread over 191 hectares at Auschwitz and Birkenau. The camp at Auschwitz-I was established to enslave Polish Jews, and later Birkenau became the center for the Endlösung der Judenfrage, or the Final Solution, which was the Nazi plan to exterminate Jews from all Third Reich territories. Learn about the historical and political environment during World War II, and how the Nazis operated clinically to wipe Poles, Gypsies, Jews, Sinti, and many others. Take a relook at the excruciating agony of the captives as you visit the prison blocks, gas chambers, and crematorium. The bare fortified walls and barbed wire have been left intact to preserve the authenticity of the ominous landscape. The site also has a collection of personal possessions that tell heart-wrenching stories of the victims.

A tour of Auschwitz and Bikenau will leave you somber and reflective, showcasing one of the greatest crimes against humanity.

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