The grounds of the museum are beautiful gardens where you can stroll around or have a picnic. There are information boards up to show you what was there, but there are no reconstructed buildings to see, other than the church. Inside the main entrance centre there is a display of pictures and some artifacts that explain the deportations and their farming system. In order to really get full value, you must take the time to listen to all the recorded messages here and in the church. There is also a 20 minute video to see and twice a day there are guided tours.
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