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We read mainly the large print wall paragraph exhibit postings in about 45 minutes because of time constraints. Thorough historical timelines back to the 1500’s. Follow the arrows for a sequential documentation. Glad we went!
The Auschwitz exhibition here was amazing! It took me awhile to get the nerve to go see it, as I knew it would be difficult. But I am so glad I took the time to do it today. I wish everyone could see it, especially...More
We were incredibly fortunate to find this first-ever travelling exhibition on 'Auschwitz: Not long ago. Not far away' on our recent visit to Madrid. We can only echo the comments of other reviewers.
The exhibition is in equal parts remarkable and truly horrifying. It is...More
Looking for something to do whilst in Madrid and decided to attend this Auschwitz exhibition.
Probably the best thing we visited whilst here, incredibly well put together and a must if you have any kind of interest in this or the war.
Said it would...More
Very large exhibition centre in Plaza de Castilla. I was here for the first time. There are many interesting large exhibitions and the reason to visit was Auschwitz Exhibition. I took 2 hours to see it. It is not nice to see what has happened...More
Quite an emotional exhibition, as you walk through a variety of original artefacts. The exhibition is humble and easily displayed. You can follow the paths and not miss any of the sections. It is spaced out well, so people are able to move around comfortably....More
Constant Companion agreed to my request to attend the exhibition on "Auschwitz: No hace mucho. No muy lejos". This exhibit runs through October 3, 2018 and is the first outside of Poland and the only one to visit Spain. Having studied the Holocaust I can...More
Very interesting, encompassing many aspects of the nazi regime, its rise, antisemitisme and the final solution, including testimonials of servivors and of sonderkomando members. Of course the heartbreaking silent objects such as shoes eye glasses and other belongings are worth the visit in themselves. Take...More
We really thought that at our age, we had read and seen everything we needed to, with regard to Auschwitz. We also assumed that after actually visiting the Auschwitz-Birkenau camp, we couldn't be moved or appalled any further....not so. Our visit to the camp was...More