Most depressive place on earth

by | Aug 15, 2020 | Diaries, Europe, Poland

If we could meter negative energy with a special device, Auschvitz might hold the absolute record. This is the place were the greatest recorder crime against humanity has occured. 

The guiding tour in the ex-extortion camp-turned-to-museum is three hours long. During this time we didn’t see any smiling person in our group and others. Visitors walk like living dead with often an expression of disgust on their faces. It is normal. But personally speaking despite the tour is informative and exclusively based on facts, you can’t really realise what really happened for half a decade in this place near Krakow, Poland. So, it’s hard to describe the experience, probably each one digests it differently or at all. 

What I can write is that seems unbelievable what those Nazi officers managed to do. Descendants of Gutemberg, Marx, Nitsze and Kant, and contemporary with Albert Einstein, Ferdinand Porsche, Benz and Daimler managed to pull out the freakiest atrocites of all times. You should take a breath and visit the place in anyway._Akis Temperidis

“FOR EVER LET THIS PLACE BE A CRY OF DESPAIR AND A WARNING TO HUMANITY, WHERE THE NAZIS MURDERED ABOUT ONE AND A HALF MILLION MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN, MAINLY JEWS, FROM VARIOUS COUNTRIES OF EUROPE”

 

AUSCHWITZ – BIRKENAU 1940-1940

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