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You really need to allow at least a full half day to visit this memorial site, the stark nature of the information centre building suits the vast amount of information available to the visitor and the manner in which it is presented . The main site long since destroyed has been turned over to woods and parkland and a walk... 更多
This memorial was incredibly educational and had a good mix of pictures, visual supplements, and actual artifacts to aid in better understanding the devastating loss of so many lives in Bergen-Belsen. The outdoor memorial was quite peaceful and sobering as well. For someone trying to better understand the effects of World War II, I would definitely recommend visiting this place
I visited it with university tour in Nov 2014. It was my first visit to concentration and it was very stunning. The tour guide did a great job to lead us time travel back to the Nazi times. Led us imagine how life was in that time, being tortured day after day..... There are 2 parts of the memorial :... 更多
Concentration and POW camps were totally destroyed and the area is a park now, so don't expect anything similar to Auschwitz or Stutthof camps. The most interesting part is the museum building, made of glass and concrete. Really good piece of modern architecture.
We first came here in the early 1980's and took my grandmother, who was of the same generation as many of the victims and was visibly moved. We came back over 30 years later to find it has had buildings added to it, newsreels, testimonies of victims, photos, stories etc. Glad my grandmother wasn't around to see it now as... 更多
The allies burned the appalling camp to the ground not long after liberation due to the spread of disease at the place. To that end, there is not much to see here- but it is eerie, moving and essential to come here if you are in the area. Just to pay one's respects for what went on here- it is... 更多
This is a must for any visitors in the area, to see the vastness of what was here is amazing. I would highly recommend that everyone watches the video available in the museum all the way through, to watch the plight of those that were kept here is very emotional.
Very interesting historically. It used to be a concentration camp during WW2. Very sad and I cried when I was there. A place to see. Especially if you are Jewish.
The new museum complex is a far cry from my last visit during the early sixties when I was stationed in the British Army at Hohne. The artifacts in the museum have been laid out in a way tells the story of the people who died and also those who were liberated during and at the end of WW2. The... 更多