Sightseeing in the near and far surroundings

Sights in the surrounding area

Krakau Stadtteil Kazimierz

Krakow - Kazimierz

Synagogues, prayer houses, cemeteries, Hebrew inscriptions on the facades, Stars of David - there are still some moving traces of Jewish life in Kazimierz.


Oskar Schindler

He saved over a thousand innocent people from death in concentration camps at the risk of his own life. Former enamelware factory in Krakow, approx. 60 km from Oswiecim.

Mahnmal für die Opfer des KZ Plaszow

KZ Plaszow

Nazi concentration camp in Płaszów, a suburb south-east of Krakow, approx. 62 km from Oswiecim.



Oświęcim is a medieval town with around 43,000 inhabitants in the southern Lesser Poland Voivodeship.

Vernichtungslager Belzec


Belzec was a German extermination camp in which, according to SS estimates, 434,508 people were murdered.

Konzentrationslager Majdanek bei Lublin

KL Majdanek

The Lublin concentration camp was located in eastern Poland near the town of Majdanek near Lublin and was the first concentration camp established by the SS in the so-called Generalgouvernement.

Vernichtungslager Sobibor


The Sobibor concentration camp was an extermination camp intended by the Nazis exclusively for the murder of Jews. Up to 250.000 people died in the Sobibor camp as part of "Aktion Reinhardt".

KZ Gross-Rosen Haupteingangsgebäude


The Groß-Rosen camp was a concentration camp in Lower Silesia from August 1940 to February 1945. Initially, Groß-Rosen was a branch of Sachsenhausen concentration camp, but in May 1941 it was given the status of an independent concentration camp.


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