I've never seen before a Nazi death camp and, believe me, the feelings of pain and suffering are tangible starting from the main entrance. The XIX century Risiera (factory to work the rice) was used as army barracks and as prison by the German Army after the 1943. A lot of people were collected here before their departure to the... 更多
Very impressed by our visit. Got the audio guide for €2 which was well worth it, although quite. The museum at the end was very well layer out and learned a lot inside. Most things translated to English. Definitely recommend this while in Trieste. We took a bus number 8 from the central station to the stadium near the memorial.... 更多
The museum has lots of information. The audioguide is very well done and you learn many things. It is not easy to reach but there is a bus from downtown.
This was the most worthwhile activity we did while in Trieste. But first, getting there was an adventure. We took an #8 bus there but had no idea where to get off and after engaging five separate people on the bus, we only had to walk back four or five blocks past a stadium and past a large grocery store.... 更多
someone had told us to try and see this and we were so glad we went. A little far out of town so we had to drive but so worth it. Very well done, very somber, but educational.
We walked to this place from central Trieste (about 3 miles away) but you can catch a bus. Do not miss this ex-rice factory/nazi concentration camp/refugee settlement holding camp It's free, which was a real surprise. The lady at the information desk was really helpful and gave us a little guide in English. The rooms were dripping with history. The... 更多
site is classified as an Italian national monument. Being the remains of an old rice de-hulling factory which was used by Nazis as a concentration camp with murders committed. What remains now are the shell of the brick building as the crematoriums were destroyed by the Nazis. The atmosphere of the site cannot be replicated elsewhere. Worth visiting even though... 更多
This museum is a great activity for those in Trieste. The place and the history is fascinating. It is accessible and admission is free. The building was used as a concentration camp in Italy in World War II. There are several internal rooms that were used for prison cells. In one of them there is an exhibition where you can... 更多
This is an extraordinary place, an urban death camp, nestled in a suburb, which was both a transit camp and a death camp. Moving, evocative - should be a compulsory place for everyone to visit. A monument to a particularly dreadful time in history.