Red Cross Nazi Concentration Camp is one of the sparsely preserved camps in Europe. Testify about the suffering of Serbian, Jewish and Roma people in the area during World War II by the Nazis. It has been preserved and very authentic. Not far from the city center, and the working hours he is from 9h to 16h, local time. You... 更多
A small concentration camp a walking distance from the center of the city. Takes half an hour to one hour to fully explore. A "nice" visit if you are interested of history.
It was a long walk from Nis city center but it was worth it. The concentration camp is wel preserved but quite small. An full tour will take you about 10 to 15 minutes.
I can't believe previous reviewers are complaining the camp was small! What a disappointment eh! I found this place to be very interesting and I learned about atrocities I never knew happened in this part of the world. The guide was very helpful and spoke great English.
Although it is a little hard to find, this atraction provides some of the best "price performance" guided tour I ever attended. This kind of historical monument always left you with a strange feeling of saddnes, but also serves as a strong reminder of what should never happen again. Site is well preserved, and our guide also transcribe some sentences... 更多
Before going to Nis I never knew they had a concentrationcamp here. This camp is a lot smaller than it's other european counterparts It got famous because of the escape that took place. Inside you can visit 3 floors of the main building and see the cells and read about the people that were in the camp. All together a... 更多
The place is smaller than I expected, you can only enter one and a half floor of one building. Half of the ground floor, which is open to tourists, is mostly translated to English. It's very interesting, but what about the rest? Just walking around is not going to explain what happened here. Also upper floor misses some windows, so... 更多