Pay homage to a tragic chapter in European history at Theresienstadt, the concentration camp where nearly 35,000 Czech Jews, gypsies, homosexuals and other ‘undesirables’ died during World War II. Just north of Prague, this stately 18th century Austrian fortress was converted to a grim Jewish ghetto after the Nazi invasion of Czechoslovakia. Follow...
- Not accessible for wheelchairs.
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- Gathering place:
- Opposite Municipal Hall