Tours to Auschwitz-Birkenau – Nazi death camp

Created in July 1947, the State Museum Auschwitz-Birkenau is a special place. For the world this is a symbol of genocide, terror and extermination. The museum is visited by numerous trips, and individual persons. The area of the camp is all open to visitors. In the former camp blocks there are national exhibitions depicting the fate of prisoners from different countries. Tours to Auschwitz are not easy, overflowing a particular symbolism, and certainly are a special history lesson. Read more

Jewish Museum Galicja

The Jewish Museum Galicja was made to commemorate the victims of the Holocaust and and to show the history and culture of the Jewish community in new perspective. Museum is located on Krakow’s Kazimierz in the very heart of old Jewish quarted of the city. It is an institution of public use registred in Poland and Great Britain. The aim is an revitalisation of traditional stereotypes connected clesely to the Jewish community of the city and to help Jews and Poles to understand their roots. Read more