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Civico Museo della Risiera di San Sabba

Via Giovanni Palatucci 5 | Ingresso Gratuito, 34148, Trieste, Italy
+39 040 826202
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何度訪ねても悲しい所ですが、皆さんも是非訪れて‼︎

イタリアで唯一のナチ強制収容所がトリエステの外れに有ります‼︎ 私は四年前に1カ月半おり、最初は語学学校の課外授業で参りましたが、その後三回1人で訪れて、イタリア語の上達と共に、その悲しみ、苦しみを感... read more

Reviewed 18 October 2016
Hiro1719
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Tokyo, Japan
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Only nazi camp in Italy with a crematorium

Despite when the nazis fled the camp destroyed the crematorium and the most incriminating areas... read more

Reviewed 3 October 2016
enrictico
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Barcelona, Spain
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Via Giovanni Palatucci 5 | Ingresso Gratuito, 34148, Trieste, Italy
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Reviewed 18 October 2016 via mobile

イタリアで唯一のナチ強制収容所がトリエステの外れに有ります‼︎ 私は四年前に1カ月半おり、最初は語学学校の課外授業で参りましたが、その後三回1人で訪れて、イタリア語の上達と共に、その悲しみ、苦しみを感じております! 今回若い日本人のクラスメイトとミラノから来た相棒と2回案内しました! トリエステに来た方は是非訪れて、寄付してあげて下さい! This is the memory of only one camp for Jewish & anti-Nazi in Italy! When you come to Trieste, you should come here!

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Reviewed 3 October 2016 via mobile

Despite when the nazis fled the camp destroyed the crematorium and the most incriminating areas, and its not an usual detention camp (it was designed as a rice-husking facility) you are able to see the cells and other parts and you can figure it out...More

5  Thank enrictico
Reviewed 20 September 2016

Despite its proximity to central Trieste, you will not find many other people at San Sabba, which was both a detention center and concentration camp during World War II. The exhibits are unadorned and stark. From this place, many detainees were simply put on the...More

4  Thank SheikhDaoud
Reviewed 19 September 2016

A place everyone should see to remember the cruelty that is inherent to the human race. Although many traces of the true purpose of the facility have been destroyed or loss, the visit is still a haunting and truly touching experience. Having a guide may...More

2  Thank AdriZaAst
Reviewed 20 August 2016 via mobile

The Risiera gives a moving account of a darker world war II period in Triëste. The audio guide is advised and also well to do for kids. The experience is intense, though not too grim.

1  Thank HagueKing
Reviewed 17 August 2016

I've never seen before a Nazi death camp and, believe me, the feelings of pain and suffering are tangible starting from the main entrance. The XIX century Risiera (factory to work the rice) was used as army barracks and as prison by the German Army...More

3  Thank PeppeinVespa
Reviewed 9 August 2016

This national monument was a death camp. Prisoners were beaten, killed and burned here during WW2. A hidden part of Italy and Trieste's history which is sidelined even today. It is free but make sure that you get the audio tour at 2 euros it...More

3  Thank HeddyJones
Reviewed 18 July 2016

Very impressed by our visit. Got the audio guide for €2 which was well worth it, although quite. The museum at the end was very well layer out and learned a lot inside. Most things translated to English. Definitely recommend this while in Trieste. We...More

1  Thank 983kbecks
Reviewed 30 June 2016

The museum has lots of information. The audioguide is very well done and you learn many things. It is not easy to reach but there is a bus from downtown.

2  Thank Parisiannebis
Reviewed 27 June 2016 via mobile

This was the most worthwhile activity we did while in Trieste. But first, getting there was an adventure. We took an #8 bus there but had no idea where to get off and after engaging five separate people on the bus, we only had to...More

4  Thank Feenixwest
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Eva O
Please confirm that this was also a refugee camp. I was there in 1964 at the age of 12 with my parents. Refugees from a communist country and we escapade to Italy. Looking at the pictures it brings back memories of the horrible conditions at this camp
9 March 2015|
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Response from Lene R |
I am sorry to know that you stayed here as a child. During the German occupation in World War 2 this was a detention camp for political prisoners and Jews among others. After the liberation and until 1965 it became a refugee... More
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