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Red Cross Nazi Concentration Camp

Bul 12 Februari | after the corssing with Alexandra Medvedeva str., Nis, Serbia
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Bul 12 Februari | after the corssing with Alexandra Medvedeva str., Nis, Serbia

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Reviewed 1 week ago

The Red Cross Camp was something you won't want to skip. During and after the tour you really can feel the past. It's unimaginable what they went through. Very surreal.

Thank Tracy G
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

What a day to remember in Niš. I was the only visitor at this "Red Cross" Concentration Camp at the point of my visit and I must say the eerie feelings creeped in many times. Life in Serbia back then was hard with Yugoslavia dictatorship...More

Thank WaegemakersChin
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Hard to imagine some 35,000 people were held in this camp during a relatively short period of time 1941 - 1944. 10,000 were brutally killed in the nearby forest of Bubanj, where they were trucked and had to delve there own graves. Not only Jews...More

Thank Robert937
Reviewed 5 weeks ago

Niš is known for its rich Roman history and Ottoman legacy, but the German occupation of former Yugoslavia during ww2 is something I am keenly interested in and the Concentration Camp in Niš is in very good condition. A Serbian family member organised our visit...More

1  Thank Sam M
Reviewed 23 August 2017

must see this to remember and hope people learn about the past. just some more explenation in oyher languages schould make the expierence muchbetter

Thank HUGO V
Reviewed 11 August 2017

you pay 200 dinar for the entrance for the concentration camp, the archeology museum, cela kula and Mediana so that is a very good deal. the camp is not that big but impressive nonetheless. you can still see the brutalities: at the topfloor of the...More

Thank Tessa F
Reviewed 7 August 2017 via mobile

This was an informative place. The guide spoke excellent English and after being given an overview of the camp and its history it was moving to then go round it. It's only a small place but the price of entry is reflected in this. If...More

Thank Heather00000
Reviewed 6 August 2017 via mobile

The Red Cross Camp was very interesting and quite upsetting seeing the rooms they were in with no window. It is preserved well and you can see how they lived over that time in History.

Thank Jan S
Reviewed 3 August 2017

It is eerie to visit any concentration camp and it is surely important to keep memory of the crimes committed in WWII, but I think this camp could have been better organized for the tourists. It looks pretty much the same as it did at...More

Thank Branka O
Reviewed 30 July 2017

Easily reachable from Nis's downtown, this one you should not miss. One of the hardest historical lesson in context of Nis you will learn here.

Thank dusan988
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