Have you ever heard about the Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp in Poland? It is now being maintained as a World Heritage Site about seventy years after it was liberated by Soviet troops. A lot of people, tourists and survivors go to the camp each year to experience the place.
Curious with what it holds inside today? Let the video below take you into a very interesting tour.
During the World War II, the Germans created the Auschwitz, which was their largest concentration camp. More than one million people died there. In the video below you will see that the drone starts along the railway tracks that leads to the camp, the same way victims from throughout occupied Europe would arrive between 1942 and 1944. Next, you will see that it will fly at Birkenau over the ruins of wooden huts where you will notice that only chimneys and brick fireplaces remain.
Then, the drone flies to a sign that says, "Arbeit Macht Frei" which means "Work sets you free". This is the entrance to Auschwitz. Afterwards, you will see the former cavalry barracks of the Polish army that now simply look like brick buildings. Today, the Auschwitz-Birkenau is a museum run by the Polish Culture Ministry. This serves as a reminder to never forget what happened, and also a call for everyone to learn from what happened.
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