I went here with a group of women on a tour. It isn't one of the better known concentration camps but offers so much more than the more famous ones. It does this mainly by being less crowded so you can get the full effect of the living conditions the prisoners there had to live by. The cruelty the people were subjected is a lesson to all to not judge and to not turn a blind eye.
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