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Making an obeisance in Aushwitz - Birkenau is an duty of every human being. We would like to make it possible for our guests. We offer you a participation in a very important History lesson. Concentration Camp in Auschwitz is known by everyone as an symbol of terror, genocide and the Holocaust. It is suitable place for a moment of meditation and for a bow of honour for those who lost their life’s (about 1.1 million people). During Second World War it was the biggest German, Nazi Concentration Camp (1940 - 1945). • Auschwitz I, the first and oldest camp, established as an place of work for slave labourers and as an camp administration – sightseeing – approx 2 hours • Auschwitz II – Birkenau, established in a distance of 3 km from Auschwitz I, first as a Concentration Camp but later transformed to a death camp with gas chambers and crematoria – sightseeing – approx 1 hour After liberation in 1945 Polish government decided to set up a museum in Memory of Nazi Victims.
Estimated time approx 2 hours (1 hour - sightseeing).