located on a former prison, it exhibits some (very few) types of tortures, excecutions, punishments meted out to prisoners of a bygone era. of what's left of a once huge prison complex, there is now only 3 buildings, one with rows of cells, inside which are some models/exhibits. [the rest of the complex is now a park]
text explanations are sparse, wrong english spelling everywhere.
visitors required to take shoes off for the 'main' exhibit building, which only has some paintings on types of tortures used, and wax models of beheading and machine gun execution.
no photographing is allowed, but the museum is so sparse even if you do take photos, 50 shots will cover all the details.
overall, not worth a specific trip to the place, but ok if combined with other attractions done in one go.
admission is free
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