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  • Location: Krakow, Poland
  • Duration:  5 - 6 hours

We've selected the best candid trip photos submitted by our users to help you decide if the Auschwitz-Birkenau Museum Half-Day Trip from Krakow is right for you. Make the most of your next trip to Krakow with Viator's exclusive Photo Galleries.

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Gas chamber no. 1

May 2010

Kim L
United Kingdom

THIS IS THE GAS CHAMBER AT AUSCHWITZ

BIRKENAU

May 2010

Kim L
United Kingdom

the railtrack at birkenau

Birkenau

May 2010

Kim L
United Kingdom

literally the ed of the line

birkenau

May 2010

Kim L
United Kingdom

The toilets which the prisoners were allowed to use twice a day, once before work and once after.

just one aspect of the history of Auschwitz

April 2010

Anonymous

Anonymous

Among the thousands of Jewish people who died at Auschwitz there were many other victims of the Nazzi brutality, the Polish people, catholics,gypsies, religious folk and other nationals

Splitted rail tracks to Gas Chambers at Auschwitz Camp II, Birkenau

December 2009

Weng Kee L
Singapore

These rail tracks continued from the gate of Auschwitz Camp II at Birkenau and splitted in two directions, going to two different Gas Chambers previously located at far end of the photo. The Gas Chambers were destroyed by the Germans prior to liberation of the Camp.

Rail tracks to the Gas Chambers at Auschwitz Camp II (Birkenau)

December 2009

Weng Kee L
Singapore

This is the famous gate of Auschwitz Camp II at Birkenau with its rail tracks that transported the prisoners direct to the Gas Chambers.

Another view of Security fence around Auschwitz Camp 1

December 2009

Weng Kee L
Singapore

One of the many Watch Towers which oversees the security fence around the Auschwitz Camp 1 can be clearly seen on the left of this photo.

Security fence around Auschwitz Camp 1

December 2009

Weng Kee L
Singapore

Photo was taken from outside the Auschwitz Camp 1. The red-brick building on the right of the photo is part of the Auschwitz Camp while the building on the left is its Administration building. Note they are separated by a 2-layered fence with a watch tower which can be seen in the middle of the photo, on the left side, with a red roof.

Auschwitz Camp 1's Gas Chamber & Creamatorium

December 2009

Weng Kee L
Singapore

The Viator tour to Auschwitz Museum includes a walk through the famed Gas Chamber and its adjoining Creamatorium. No photos are allowed in both these areas, as a respect of what had taken place there over 60 years ago.

Stones on the heart of mankind

November 2009

Laina M
Israel

The memorial says it all after you have walked in the steps of those poor souls who lost their humanity here.

A plaque at Auschwitz

November 2009

Laina M
Israel

Graphic pictures of the camps are in the mind and these words remind us of the responsibility of knowing about them.

Birkenhau

September 2009

A view of some of the huts and watch towers.

Main entrance to Auschwitz I

July 2009

Paul L
United Kingdom

This is the entrance and exit that the prisoners used to go to and return from work.

Entrance to Auschwitz II

July 2009

Paul L
United Kingdom

Commonly known as the gate of death. Prisoners entered the camp through this gate which has a railway line running through it.

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