Now, the article will be concentrated on finding solutions to the question: “Why is it worth to visit Auschwitz”?

Posted on 21/06/2018 9:29pm

Auschwitz is placed in south part of Poland and it was concentrated camp established by Nazi Germany during the Second Globe Fighting. In this area thousands people lost their lives, the dreams and loves. It is a place where 21st c. law was not respected even in 10 %.

Nowadays, in area of death camp is placed museum which presents the everyday life of prisoners and guards. Today everyone can observe what has left from the dark part of the 2nd World Conflict.

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The area does not look like a random museum. When you go into the building you can literally feel death and the the past. Nonetheless, here are also some optimistic sides of visiting the former concentrate camp (find more on ).

The first and the most important is the past. When you go to the Auschwitz museum you will understand the feelings, emotions of individuals described in the past’s students’ books, in war literature and films. Thanks going to the museum you can know the history of Republic of Poland and find out how cruel war can be. It is an excellent olden times lesson for young people and adults.

Secondly, the museum possesses the unique items which are proofs of olden times and which have seen the death of 1000s people. Moreover, there is a wall which is a place of death of innocent people who have been murdered only because they were not German.

The 3rd and the most important side of visiting Auschwitz is appreciating of your own being. Most people underestimate their lives. They believe that if they were born, they has to live. However, in Auschwitz life was not so easy (internet address). Individuals had to fight to survive and when they survived their lives were damaged. Today, you as a twenty-first c. visitor has a possibility to make your life better, stop misuse your time and do something better for your family and yourself.
Going to Auschwitz museum is able to have plenty benefits. You are able to learn more about the past, the 2nd Globe War and yourself. If you have a possibility to visit the former concentrate camp, go to auschwitz tours!

Author: k.s.