Visit Krakow - 10 Things That Will SHOCK You About Krakow, Poland
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From Great Prices, to Amazing Sights, to a Gorgeous Center, to Some of the Most Horrible Atrocities Ever, there are a number of things that will shock tourists when they visit the prettiest and most popular city to visit in Poland, Krakow.
10 Shocks of Visiting Krakow, Poland
Filmed in Krakow, Poland
Copyright Mark Wolters 2018
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Oświęcim, Poland: Auschwitz
From 1941 until 1945, the unassuming regional capital of Oświęcim was the home of Auschwitz, the biggest, most notorious concentration camp in the Nazi system. Today, Auschwitz is the most poignant memorial anywhere to the victims of the Holocaust. Subscribe at for weekly updates on more European destinations. For more information on the Rick Steves' Europe TV series — including episode descriptions, scripts, participating stations, travel information on destinations and more — visit
Oswiecim, Poland: A Short Drive Through the Oswiecim Old Town
Oswiecim is the town beside the Auschwitz concentration camp.
It's located in southern Poland, 60 km from Krakow and easily accessible by car or public transportation (train).
There is a small old town area in Oswiecim that you can check out although there isn't much else to do in town.
If you're visiting Auschwitz it's worth it to check out Oswiecim if you have the time.
MUST VISIT! Krakow Salt Mines - Wieliczka Salt Mine Tour | Poland Travel Vlog 2018
Wieliczka Salt Mines near Krakow are incredible, a treasure of Poland! We took a tour around the salt mine in this vlog and... ⬇ Click 'Show More' ⬇
The Wieliczka Salt Mines were regularly recommended as one of the things we couldn't miss during our stay in Krakow in 2018. The salt mine was talked about so much we really couldn't miss the chance to travel there, film a vlog and take a tour. To see more about the mine, the pricing and location etc take a look here:
It's safe to say this was a fun vlog and one of our fav from Poland so far! The Wieliczka Salt Mines are insane, full of rich history and absolutely stunning - the tour was also well worth it. If you're planning a trip to Krakow we highly recommend you also take a look at visiting!
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Poland/Krakow/Oświęcim (Auschwitz I) Part 19
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After this part of Poland was annexed by Nazi Germany, Oświęcim (Auschwitz) was located administratively in Germany, Province of Upper Silesia, Regierungsbezirk Kattowitz, Landkreis Bielitz. It was first suggested as a site for a concentration camp for Polish prisoners by SS-Oberführer Arpad Wigand, an aide to Higher SS and Police Leader for Silesia, Erich von dem Bach-Zelewski. Bach-Zelewski had been searching for a site to house prisoners in the Silesia region, as the local prisons were filled to capacity. Richard Glücks, head of the Concentration Camps Inspectorate, sent former Sachsenhausen concentration camp commandant Walter Eisfeld to inspect the site, which already held sixteen dilapidated one-story buildings that had once served as an Austrian and later Polish Army barracks and a camp for transient workers. Reichsführer-SS Heinrich Himmler, head of the Schutzstaffel (SS), approved the site in April 1940, intending to use the facility to house political prisoners. SS-Obersturmbannführer (lieutenant colonel) Rudolf Höss oversaw the development of the camp and served as the first commandant. SS-Obersturmführer (senior lieutenant) Josef Kramer was appointed Höss's deputy. Auschwitz I, the original camp, became the administrative center for the whole complex.
Local residents were evicted, including 1,200 people who lived in shacks around the barracks. Around 300 Jewish residents of Oświęcim were brought in to lay foundations. From 1940 to 1941, 17,000 Polish and Jewish residents of the western districts of Oświęcim were expelled from places adjacent to the camp. The Germans also ordered expulsions of Poles from the villages of Broszkowice, Babice, Brzezinka, Rajsko, Pławy, Harmęże, Bór, and Budy to the General Government. German citizens were offered tax concessions and other benefits if they would relocate to the area. By October 1943, more than 6,000 Reich Germans had arrived. The Nazis planned to build a model modern residential area for incoming Germans, including schools, playing fields, and other amenities. Some of the plans went forward, including the construction of several hundred apartments, but many were never fully implemented. Basic amenities such as water and sewage disposal were inadequate, and water-borne illnesses were commonplace.
The first prisoners (30 German criminal prisoners from the Sachsenhausen concentration camp) arrived in May 1940, intended to act as functionaries within the prison system. The first mass transport to Auschwitz concentration camp, which included Catholic prisoners, suspected members of the resistance, and 20 Jews, arrived from the prison in Tarnów, Poland, on June 14, 1940. They were interned in the former building of the Polish Tobacco Monopoly, adjacent to the site, until the camp was ready.
The inmate population grew quickly as the camp absorbed Poland's intelligentsia and dissidents, including the Polish underground resistance. By March 1941, 10,900 were imprisoned there, most of them Poles. By the end of 1940, the SS had confiscated land in the surrounding area to create a 40-square-kilometre (15 sq mi) zone of interest surrounded by a double ring of electrified barbed wire fences and watchtowers. Like other Nazi concentration camps, the gates to Auschwitz I displayed the motto Arbeit macht frei (Work brings freedom).Wikipedia
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Auschwitz Birkenau is the site of the gravest mass murder in the history of humanity. It remains a memorial that can serve everyone as a mirror of the human soul and a prism for looking deep within ourselves.
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