With the biggest and most notorious death camp – Auschwitz located on the opposite side of the country, the north of Poland also had its share of the Holocaust tragedy. The Stutthof concentration camp was established in 1939 and till its freeing in 1945, 65 000 people died within its borders.
Today the tidy museum has a grave impact on its visitors, not despite, but because of its peaceful location in the idyllic forest by the sea shore, contrasting with the grim history casting a shadow over the place.
- 4 hours including round transportation from Gdańsk
- Professional driver, licensed local guide
- Private car
- All year round, daily
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