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When visiting Gdansk, many feel compelled to pay their respects to the victims who suffered in the Nazi concentration camp from 1939 to 1945. Initially used for the imprisonment of Polish intelligentsia, more than 85,000 victims, mainly Jews, died here within its six years of action.
Located just over 20 miles east of Gdansk, in a secluded, wet and wooded area surrounded by barbed wire fences, the 120,000 metres squared camp saw some of the most brutal atrocities take place throughout WWII.
The harrowing site is not the place for your usual holiday antics, so we’d recommend only paying the site a visit if you’re sure it’s something you want to do. For those who decide that they would like to make the sobering trip, you’ll have private return transfers and a guided tour around the camp, from an English-speaking guide.
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