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Paneriai (Ponar)

Agrastu 17, Vilnius, Lithuania
260 20 01
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Full-Day Vilnius City Tour and Trakai Castle from Vilnius
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“small museum” (16 reviews)
“memorial site” (4 reviews)
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Agrastu 17, Vilnius, Lithuania
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"small museum"
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"memorial site"
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"beautiful forest"
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"mass graves"
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"world war"
in 5 reviews
"killing fields"
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"heartbreaking stories"
in 2 reviews
"memorial stones"
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"paved road"
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"human beings"
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"man's inhumanity to man"
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"jewish community"
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"moving experience"
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"holocaust museum"
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"baltic states"
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"pits"
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Reviewed 9 January 2018 via mobile

Takes quite an effort to get here for quite a non existent experience. There is a couple of memorials here. All text was in hebrew or Lithuanian so didnt understand them at all. + its great that such a memorial exist to remind all of...More

Thank Zaki K
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Reviewed 28 November 2017

Too somber a place to be! Would recommend more inside Vilnius instead. See KGB museum or churches. If you want you can see graveyards with memorials to Siberian exiles!

Thank vileniskis
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Reviewed 9 November 2017

The small museum is a must stop with photos and videos of locals talking about the times when Jews were stripped and shot. The remains were then exhumed and destroyed to limit evidence of the massacres. Walking through the green forest calms your disbelief at...More

1  Thank 246Gramps
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Reviewed 26 October 2017

In this beautiful forest a hundred thousand of vilnius jews were walked to be shot killed in the pits by nazis. You can feel something terrible walking around in this place. Definitely worth a visit to remember holocaust.

1  Thank alex67ander
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Reviewed 20 October 2017

A sombre, beautifully maintained outdoormuseum amongst the dense, lush forest 10kms West of Vilnius. Get here on the train costing just €0.60! Turn right from the train and walk 1km. Be prepared though! It isn't "easy" sharing your species of "human" with those who committed...More

2  Thank gizago
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Reviewed 2 October 2017 via mobile

Aproximately 100.000 jews and Lithuanians were killed here. Now there are several memorial stones. Discoverlithuania.com guide told heartbreaking stories. Worth visiting to remember what war does for people.

Thank Ulla L
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Reviewed 11 September 2017 via mobile

The Paneriai Memorial.. you need to put in some effort (train 10 minutes and walk 15 minutes). But the museum tells you so much about what happened there. Also there was a very kind man who told us many stories about the mass murdering that...More

1  Thank Zoë S
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Reviewed 26 August 2017

This is the place where over 100.000 Jews were murdered by the nazis between 1941 and 1943. Particularly interesting is the small museum where we watched a most interesting video by Australia SBS about a man living in Melbourne who unbelievably managed to escape from...More

1  Thank Frog-Aus
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Reviewed 23 August 2017 via mobile

The history is of course horrific - 100,000 murdered here, mostly jews, by the nazis. We visited on a Sunday in August and unfortunately the small museum was closed. Oddly our small group were the only visitors, which gave us the feeling this was an...More

3  Thank simmondsi
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Reviewed 23 August 2017

We stopped here on our way to Trakai and were profoundly moved by this tribute to the opposition to the Holocaust. We gained more insight and left with admiration for the people of Lithuania. It is worth an hour or more of your time.

Thank gpotvin
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Response from redskifreak | Reviewed this property |
To get to the death camp: get the train from Vilnius to Paneriai (a small station attached to a small village). When you get off the train, stay the same side of the railway as you arrived on, and there is a small road... More
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