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Housed in the former local Gestapo prison, the NS Documentation Centre has more than 1,800 wall inscriptions that speak of the persecution and torture that took place here.
Housed in the former local Gestapo prison, the NS Documentation Centre has more than 1,800 wall inscriptions that speak of the persecution and torture that took place here. It also has reconstructions of files that were destroyed by Nazis at the end of World War II.
Appellhofpl. 25, 50667 Köln, Germany
+49 221 22126332
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