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Corner ul. Stawki and ul. Dzika, Warsaw, Poland
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German soldiers led Jews captured during the suppression of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising to this assembly point for deportation.
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Corner ul. Stawki and ul. Dzika, Warsaw, Poland
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Reviewed 6 September 2017

A place with great historical importance. Nice monument but no additional info for the regular tourist. So come prepared.

Thank Alon G
Reviewed 2 September 2017

It's somthing you can't explain in words.You need to be there to understand the power of a place that not long ago we are talking only 72 years ago were one of the mass routes for the murders of 3M jews and it's only in...More

Thank ShatzTal
Reviewed 8 August 2017 via mobile

There is a nice monument and that's it. No further infos or something. Definitly a historically important place but not worth a visit my opinion.

Thank Timo H
Reviewed 31 May 2017 via mobile

A touching memorial though a bit light on gravity compared to others nearby. This tells a necessary chapter in the story of the Polish Jews, but seems a little forgotten amongst the neighbourhood in which it is located.

Thank Edward W
Reviewed 25 May 2017 via mobile

Located near the Polin museum and the Mila 18 memorial this is an interesting marker of the gathering place for the Jews being loaded onto trains to the death camps. Worth a visit as a part of a walking tour of these sites.

Thank Martin S
Reviewed 15 May 2017

This is where the Nazis established a holding depot for hundreds of thousands of Jews, next to a railway station, for deportation to the death camps. The monument symbolising an open railway car was erected in 1988 close to the forty-fifth anniversary of the Ghetto...More

Thank permia
Reviewed 24 April 2017

This was where the Jews were assembled for deportation to death camps, this is just a plaque commemorating the event.

Thank Jacqueline A
Reviewed 13 April 2017

Umschlagplatz used to be the place where the Jews were deported mainly to Auschwitz by the Nazis (even the name of the square is kept in German) in what they were called "the trains of death". The place today doesn't look anymore like a large...More

Thank menq
Reviewed 24 March 2017 via mobile

It's great that they have a memorial at the site where such terrible atrocities took place. And it's a fine memorial. This is where they would gather the Jews before taking them to extermination camps. The emotional charge is very high, at least I felt...More

Thank Queencitas
Reviewed 12 January 2017 via mobile

The Umschlagplatz was the site where around 300,000 of Warsaw's Jews were gathered at gunpoint a few hundred or a few thousand at a time, robbed of their possessions, and held for hours or overnight (and some were shot) until they were sent off by...More

Thank Miriam D
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