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pawel_hbg wrote a review Oct 2020
Sopot, Poland7,388 contributions627 helpful votes
The Radegast Station during the World War II was transformed into a station used to deliver food and industrial materials to the ghetto. The station’s building standing to this day was built in 1941 and in the same year the station became the final point of trains transporting Jews from western European countries and provincial ghettos from Wartheland. Currently the Station is under the care of the Museum of Independence Traditions and it is a must to see when you are in Lodz.…
Date of experience: October 2020
Roger Daniells-Smith wrote a review Sep 2020
London27 contributions17 helpful votes
Radegast Station stands as a living memorial to the nazi atrocities that overtook Lodz. Combined witha tour of the nearby Jewish cemetry this is a moving and essential day for serios visitors to Lodz.
Date of experience: September 2020
Brooksy wrote a review Oct 2019
London, United Kingdom13 contributions2 helpful votes
An extremely well done and poignant memorial to the thousands transported from this station. It is really well designed and gives some idea of the horrors of the past.
Date of experience: October 2019
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Enjoylife wrote a review Aug 2019
4 contributions1 helpful vote
Very well done and presented. I recommend you visit. I learned much, there is a lot to experience here. Helps you to know what happened and reminds you not to forget. What these people experienced should be remembered to honor them
Date of experience: June 2019
1 Helpful vote
Wito W wrote a review Aug 2019
Greater London, United Kingdom86 contributions19 helpful votes
A very interesting and informative venue. A great place to learn about the history of Łódź, see pictures from WWII and experience first-hand testimonies from these who survived end-of-war atrocities. Worth a visit!
Date of experience: August 2019