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Plaszow Concentration Camp

Jerozolimska, Krakow, Poland
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Originally a forced labor camp, this concentration camp was built on the grounds of two former Jewish cemeteries in the summer of 1942 during the Nazi occupation of Poland.
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  • Very good31%
  • Average17%
  • Poor2%
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

So after walking to the Ghetto walls and Schindler’s factory, we made the further walk to the Plaszow Concentration camp. Just in a side street off the main road, some information boards appear and there it is, an expanse of land and monuments in the...More

Thank Rich936
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

We visited as it was a recommended route in our lonely planet guide but found it quite difficult to find. We saw the remains of the concentration camp and the signs that are around give you a feel to what went on there alongside a...More

Thank Bucketlist R
Reviewed 11 November 2017

Plaszow Camp is not on the general tourist route - but a 20 minute walk from from Getto Hero square and a little hunting you can find this camp, which has been barely touched since it was left at the end of its's use. You...More

1  Thank Howlo
Reviewed 31 October 2017 via mobile

...well worth the half hour walk from our hotel. Having visited the more visitor friendly Auschwitz Birkenau camps the day before, we decided to walk to the site of the infamous work camp at Plazsow, where part of Schindlers List took place. Apart from a...More

Thank Chris24804766
Reviewed 23 October 2017

The site of the former Plaszow concentration camp is mostly empty fields, with some concrete ruins of the camp. It is about a 15 minute walk from Oskar Schindler's factory/museum. Next to the ruins, at 22 Wiktora Heltmana street, is the now newly renovated (private)...More

2  Thank WVJeff304
Reviewed 13 September 2017

visited here with my wife there is not a lot to see but if you know the history of the place you will realize just what went on here the commandants house is still here and a lot of the hut foundations there are some...More

1  Thank steve1954Liverpool
Reviewed 19 August 2017

If you are learning more about the holocaust then this is a little-visited but must see location. It's really worth doing your homework in advance though, as there is little obviously to see and what few information boards are there are in Polish. But, with...More

3  Thank FiShep
Reviewed 15 August 2017

Whilst there is little evidence remaining the atmosphere of the memorials is a continuing reminder of man's base inhumanity. All politicians and religious leaders should see this place and reflect on it significance in history.i

Thank Richard P
Reviewed 10 August 2017

As others have already mentioned, there isn't so much to see here now. So, in order to fully experience Plaszow Concentration Camp, I recommend that you visit after having researched what happened here, about Amon Goeth and about the Ghetto Liquidations. Doing this made me...More

3  Thank SavLondon_UK
Reviewed 10 August 2017

In no way is the site of the Plaszow Concentration Camp comparable to Auschwitz - Birkenau, nor is it intended to be a major tourist site. This memorial is for those who are studying the Holocaust in depth, rather than those with just a casual...More

5  Thank Robert C
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Saskia W
10 April 2017|
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Response from flibbidyjib | Reviewed this property |
In response to above answers. They are correct the grave stone/ memorial is directly behind the grey house. I do have a photograph someone will see if I can find it. The other stones were removed and used as paving stones... More
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Krakovi
17 November 2015|
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Response from Magicfan2301 | Reviewed this property |
We hired a golf cart tour/guide & were driven to the site & unless you speak polish there is nothing in English or any other language, was great to get an interpretation of the signs & plaques, I would suggest reading a few... More
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ilana613
25 February 2015|
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Response from Stews_Girl | Reviewed this property |
Hi Llana Its worth visiting and filming, there is an atmosphere to the place that can only be appreciated by visiting. The commandants house still exists, but its in poor condition although it looks like someone lives... More
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