It should be on everyone's list to visit this museum as it is a sombre but fascinating reminder of history and cruelty. Well set out and moving as the atmosphere changes as you make your way around the different rooms. In places the written English descriptions were lacking but the meanings were not hard to fathom for yourself. I would agree that it is a haunting and thought provoking place to visit. Whilst we were there several groups of teenagers were also visiting - they were all paying full attention to their guides and were obviously learning so much that will stay with them forever.
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