Concentration Camps

Concentration Camps


CONCENTRATION CAMPS

Dachau Concentration Camp Memorial Site



Mauthausen Memorial (Excellent Museum and grounds to explore,most of the camp is untouched)



Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum – “Judenrampe”


KZ Mittelbau-Dora Memorial (Some of the structures still intact, underground tunnel)

Bergen-Belsen Memorial


The State Museum of Majdanek


Buchenwald Gedenkstätte Möschlitz
(Not much to see here, just a small memorial)

Auschwitz Majdanek, a separate site, much less has been destroyed and supposedly, it can be functioning and operating ‘within a day.’ Visitors can see gas chambers, barracks, crematoriums and a huge mountain of ashes – all located within suburban Kravow (the site is overlooking flats and residential homes).

Probably the most famous site is Auschwitz near Krakow, Poland. Auschwitz was a network of Nazi concentration camps and multiple extermination camps; this may come as a surprise as many believe Auschwitz to be a singular camp.

 

READ REVIEWS & RATE ON GOOGLE BY CLICKING BELOW

Bunkeranlage Obersalzberg (Bunker Complex)
Is well worth your time and effort. Note that you should arrive earlier than later in the day because tickets sell out quickly as this is one of the most popular WWII sites in