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Terezín Concentration Camp (Theresienstadt)

Terezín started life as a fortress town, built to protect Bohemia from Prussian attacks. But it's more familiar in the public imagination as Theresienstadt, the so-called 'Paradise Camp' used by the Nazis as a transit camp during WWII. It was ... 

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a moving experience for anyone visiting terezin

July 2015

Richard N
Australia

A unique site, a must see when in prague.

the Jewish memorial at Terezin camp

July 2015

Richard N
Australia

The feeling at the memorial site of seeing countless plaques to even more countless victims was indescribable.

Terezin Memorial Garden

October 2014

The approach to the camp

Jewish Ghetto

June 2014

Living conditions

Unthinkable torture

June 2014

Many people were tortured and killed here.

Terezin Crematory

June 2014

Where the bodies were burned

Tierzen

January 2014

From the museum

Ghetto

August 2013

Map of the Terezin Ghetto you get to visit before going to the camp

View from Yellow Kiosk

August 2013

It was weird to be told to meet at the yellow kiosk without any further explanation. Its right by the powder gate. This is the view from the kiosk.

View of the entrance.

September 2012

View of the entrance of the prison where the legend stands and quot;Work will make you free and quot;.

View of two cells.

September 2012

View of two cells where the prisoners were held.

Plaque at the ghetto crematorium

October 2009

Anonymous

Anonymous

We were able to get our guide to stop at the crematorium, which happened to be open and we walked through it.

Entrance to small fortress

October 2009

Anonymous

Anonymous

Emotions run high as you enter.

Courtyard of Block A

October 2009

Anonymous

Anonymous

The devastation and reality sink in.

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