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Part of the Terezin Memorial. The Ghetto Museum was opened in 1991 in the building of the former Terezin School. The exhibitions have been arranged with the assistance of former prisoners of the Terezin Ghetto.
This was a superb visit to the see the art by the Children by the ghetto. sublime examples which bring home to you the conditions that the children had to endure here.
One bit that I liked was a section covering the the Camp Commanders....More
Overall, I think Terezin is a more moving site than Auschwitz ... it's more human in scale, which makes what happened there easier to envision. Also, with far fewer tourists, you have more space to reflect. That said, the museum, which is where most visitors...More
I was interested to learn more about this specific Jewish ghetto prison /concentration work camp created by the German Nazis. To learn further about this specifc horror that was thrust upon the world in CZ during this period. This museum covered all apsects of the...More
Small museum. Especially the drawing of children that was later murdered is very emotional. The museum gives a brief idea about how life was in Terezin in that period. Worth a visit as part of the tour to the small fortress.