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We went here a lot while on holiday. We stayed near by and my son called this place "the old reliable " as you knew what you were going to get and it would be nice. He didn't like the noise in the outside seating...More
It was difficult to visit this camp as it required 2 trains and a forty minute walk to visit independently but it was very interesting and rather eerie as we were the only 2 visitors, there was a very interesting section in one hut regarding...More
Much smaller than most camps I've visited but despite that it stills serves as a reminder of how cruel the human race is. The more camps you visit just confirms that it was not just one man or small group of men that carried out...More
We went to Gross-Rosen on a warn day in late March 2017. The nature there is hauntingly beautiful, and it is hard to imagine all the horrors that happened there during the Second World War. The place is more than worth a visit. I would...More
Absolutely awe-inspiring. My fist visit to a camp (Auschwitz closed due to WYD and Papal visit) arrived around 4pm and there were about 10 people on the grounds. Excellent trip. My only concern was that after reading the Web page, they are now largely operated...More
Like to say nice place but it is not nice at all. Camp where so many - to many - people lost they life... Only for visitors who love history like we do. Expositions to see, many photographs, still good looking buildings and places where...More
To be able to go there, remember and say a silent 'Thank you' to those POW's both Men & Women who paid the ultimate sacrifice at the hands of 'Nazi Barbarians' was worth the effort, while hopefully they will never be forgotten.
At five in the evening we had this site pretty much to ourselves. Two main displays in multiple languages including English were well done. Small amount of rebuilding including watchtower (see photo) gallows and barracks hut help show what a mostly bare site must have...More