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Crematorium at Auschwitz I  
   

Crematorium at Auschwitz I

Originally a munitions bunker, this building was converted to a crematorium and mortuary after August 1940. In fall 1941, the mortuary room was converted to a gas chamber, which remained in use until July 1943 when gassing was moved to Auschwitz II -Birkenau. The furnaces inside have been reconstructed to appear as they did, and dozens of candles lay inside the building as tribute to the dead.
Krakow and the Ghosts of Auschwitz

June 17th 2007
Our day started off with a city tour of Krakow. We went first to Kazimierz, the Jewish Quarter (and also the location where some scenes of 'Schindler's List' were filmed). There is a memorial in the center of the street commemorating the lives of the 65,000 Jews from Krakow who lost their lives during the Holocaust. To my surprise, there are currently only 150 registered Jews still living in the ... read more
Europe » Poland » Lesser Poland » Auschwitz

Polish Flag Poland is an ancient nation that was conceived near the middle of the 10th century. Its golden age occurred in the 16th century. During the following century, the strengthening of the gentry and internal disorders weakened the nation. In a series of ... ... read more
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