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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This with have a similar emotional reaction as visiting Auschwitz, the Holocaust Museum or the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum. It is a sad place to visit, yet serves a purpose to teach us to be on guard for future atrocities. Most of the original structures have been destroyed, but the stories are heart breaking. Be warned you may still see pieces of teeth, bone or clothing from the victims in the ground.

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Go with someone you love & debrief after. It’s a hard visit but simply a must...take your time & listen to the extras on audio!

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

One of those places you just have to visit when you’re here... regardless of what you read you will never truly understand unless you come an see with your own eyes one of the many locations where this atrocity that happened. How Pohl Pot lay on his death bed with a clear conscience (as he explained to an American journalist 6 months before he died) I will never understand.

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This very sad place is worthwile seeing. The audio tour provides very interesting facts on what happened not too long ago. Plan enough time to listen to the whole audio tour if you are interested. A tuk tuk there and back will cost you 15 USD

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Nice and tranquil place with such a horrible history. The audio guide was excellent, one of the best I´ve ever had. The memorial pagoda in the centre was the hardest thing to see. There is a collection of skulls, each marked with small sticker of different colour. On the case you can read what the colour coding means (different colour for different means of killing the victim). Really chilling to the bone. And the killing tree was just heartbreaking. All in all a good reminder of what people are capable of,

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