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There was an excellent guide who was able to explain the story of the camp and the famous mass escape followed by the horrible retribution of the Nazis. Serbian politicians, Jews, and Roma were kept there during WWII. Over 10k were taken to a nearby ravine for execution, but 800 were also killed on the grounds. The main barracks is... 更多
They have an exhibition on the ground floor, first floor is at the moment closed for renovation. Under the roof you can see single cells used for torture. About the content : it is a former Nazi concentration camp that served to intern different groups from nis and surroundings as well as all the jews from there together with some... 更多
This place is nowhere near on the same scale as Dachau or Auschwitz, but various atrocities were still committed here and this place remains an important reminder. It's small but there is some information to be read.
This was a small concentration camp but one of the only ones to remain on the Balkan peninsula. There is some very good information inside the buildings about the inmates experiences here. We went from here to the Bubanj Memorial Park, which is where thousands of people from the camp were taken to be killed. Because of what it was... 更多
I had no idea that there was a concentration camp in Nis when I arrived. Although the camp is small and the tour is short, you get a decent idea of what went on during WWII at this place and the impact it had on the local community.
It was very interesting seeing this small but poignant Concentration Camp. It is not far from the bus station and it is only a few buildings, one of which houses a small museum. I'm glad we went as it gave us an understanding of how the Nazis also treated Yugoslavian intellectuals and Communists, in addition to Jews and Romas.
Small and yet interesting. Got a tour with info about the camp. The first floor is not open yet for visiters but will be somewhere this year when they finish preparations. Still worth a short visit. And you can buy a combined ticket for other musea and skull tower.
Serbia lost its soul! I was disappointed to see that this camp is in very bad shape. It needs a lot of work to make it presentable to visitors. First, one you arrive at the gate, there is a lot of really perverse drawing on camps' gates, obviously from kids from the nearby school. Why can't somebody remove it? It... 更多
Having had a much longer history fighting the Ottomans than the Nazis, I would consider this to be a minor site in Niš. Still, for any WWII buffs, it may be interesting. It is small, and some sections are closed to the public, but the main building has some good information about what happened here. Be sure to have an... 更多
We went to the Red Cross Concentration Camp, so called because "Red Cross" is the name of a train station close by, on our day trip to Nis. The tour was conducted in English, upon our request. They are doing renovations to the upper two floors of the main building, but we got to see the first floor where they... 更多