A very somber experience for one of the "forgotten" concentration camps. I've been to Auschwitz and Dachau, and this one is just as moving. One - there's very few visitors here, as it's far from any other "attractions." Two - it's fairly new, so the details in the exhibits are top-rate. Three - the compound is small. Please read about the history of the place before you visit.
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