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Droga Meczennikow Majdanka 67, Lublin 20-325, Poland
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Reviewed 13 November 2011

It's worth to go there. You can only imaging how it was during Second World War. The biggest imprresion creates the building where people were burn - unforgettable. The area is pretty big and open - so you have to be prepared for long walking....More

1  Thank komalo
Reviewed 30 July 2011

As other reviewers have said, Majdanek is certainly a sobering and historically important experience. Much of the original camp is intact or rebuilt. Signs written in Polish, English, and Hebrew guide you through the camp at your own pace. Some of the old barracks now...More

2  Thank Christopher B
Reviewed 7 March 2011

I was attending a wedding when we went to majdanek. What an experience, such a peaceful are carry so much pain. A definate must see if you are any where near it.

1  Thank wick1979
Reviewed 9 November 2010

If you want to visit a concentration camp but want to avoid the crowds, go to Majdanek which is the second largest camp in Poland. You will not regret it, and you will have a better understanding of how awful Nazism was. There is not...More

1  Thank mbell2034
Reviewed 19 October 2009

Whilst Auschwitz-Birkenau saw the extermination of more than a million human souls and should remain as a constant reminder of the ability of mankind to sink to back to the lowest levels of its primeval past the former concentration camp has become something of a...More

7  Thank Paula G
Reviewed 19 May 2009

Majdanek is one of the 6 extermination camps in Poland. It was my first visit to an extermination camp. Auschwitz/Birkenau was to come later on my trip. There are a few things that really stick out from my visit to Majdanek. One is standing inside...More

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Reviewed 5 October 2005

I had heard of Auschwitz, Belsen and Treblinka but not Majdanek. Attraction clearly isn't the right word. It's the site of one of the most evil camps of the Second World War where a quarter of a million people died at the hands of the...More

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Response from DarylJ552 | Reviewed this property |
Recommend The Grand Hotel. It's a classic hotel with large rooms and marble stairways. They have an enclosed parking lot. You can book it on the internet. Also there is a good Italian restaurant called The Dolce Vita a few... More
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Response from arpierre | Reviewed this property |
I forgot to add.... get off at the second Majdanek stop. There are two. The second one puts you at the entrance. When you get off the bus, look across the street slightly to your right and you will see the return bus stop... More
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