I was unaware of this startling site in spite of repeated visits to Warsaw. A Canadian whose grandfather had survived the horrors of this place first told me about over pints one evening. I have since made a point of taking others whenever they visit me while in the city. It is hard to find the correct word to describe this place. "Museum" or "attraction" fall short and while the area open to the public is compact the resulting affect upon the visitor cannot be measured. The space is not a reconstruction as the Nazi's failed to destroy the building or attempt to hide their crimes. The stories of this place are told respectfully and succinctly while conveying the powerful, horrible realities of the ultimate abuse of power. All world citizens will benefit from a tour.
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