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I think that is a really interesting activity, and I'll recommend it. I went with my class to this exhibition, but I would have liked to be more time.
This exhibition has made me understand how things used to be in the past. It made...More
To start with, the Auschwitz exposition shows the years in which the Jewish people and others were killed in concentration camps, gas cameras, arc.
This exposition is very hard to watch and it causes a great impact in the public. It shows a hard reality...More
I recommend the Auschwitz exhibition, for various reasons.
Firstly, all what happened in Auschwitz is history and we need to learn about what people before us did wrong to don’t repeat the same errors.
To continue with, I think the exhibition was great, very interesting...More
This exhibition is the largest and most lethal of all the German concentration camps. People of all kind was dead.
It has personal objects, which make you realise that you could have been one of them, there are blue ripped pijamas, original fences, board games...More
In our school, "Highlands Los Fresnos", our 4th ESO history and german teacher gave us this awesome opportunity, to learn about something we didn't actually know much. So, last Tuesday, we went to this exhibition near Plaza Castilla. I really loved it, in total it...More
I went to the Auschwitz Exhibition some days ago and I really enjoyed it.
It was a new experience very real, you felt as if you could be there, watching the videos and pictures, and listening to each story. It made me feel very sad...More
It probably sounds a little crazy but I arrived Madrid at 9AM Sunday, checked into my hotel and visited this exhibit after flying in from California for business. I always try to add a cultural visit and saw that this was being exhibited in Madrid....More
We read mainly the large print wall paragraph exhibit postings in about 45 minutes because of time constraints. Thorough historical timelines back to the 1500’s. Follow the arrows for a sequential documentation. Glad we went!
The Auschwitz exhibition here was amazing! It took me awhile to get the nerve to go see it, as I knew it would be difficult. But I am so glad I took the time to do it today. I wish everyone could see it, especially...More