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There is an outdoor museum presenting the history of Klooga concentration camp during World War II. The place is silent, there is not too many tourists wondering around. Maybe because it is not the easiest task to find the place as it is not marked...More
Originally memorial for victims of holocaust in Estonia. Few years ago was added the outdoor exhibition that provides an overview of the Klooga camp, one of the many concentration camps of Nazi Germany.
Great option to get overview of Holocaust in Estonia. All is in...More
Klooga was 1 of the 3 largest forced labor camps in Estonia during World War 2. The camp was established in the summer of 1943 and contained 2,000-3,000 prisoners. Most of the prisoners were from the Vilna (Vilnius) ghetto, but there were also some from...More