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One of the best museum i ever seen! no more words to say.... touching and moving it retraces some important moments for the history of the city and beyond, through breathtaking finds of modern warfare! you mustn't miss it!
Gestapo ex-prison, very small but full of history. There are cells and material very well preserved.
The price is very reasonable and everyone who visits Warsaw should visit it.
There are screens that summarize the 2nd world war as well.
The Former Gestapo Headquarters, more simply known at the time by the road it was on “Szucka Street”, is tucked away inside the Polish Department for Education building, but the exterior remains much as it was during the Nazi occupation. Free entry is available on...More
Only takes one hour, and a bit of a trek, but for dark tourist such as myself, well worth that trek. Torture buildings for the gestapo, and left relatively untouched. Only enough content for one hour, but that is long enough.
Chilling to think you are walking in the footsteps of Polska's "disappeared". Holding cells, instruments of torture, informative displays... all Europeans should witness this so that it will not happen again
This tiny exhibit is tucked away in a courtyard so unless you are paying attention, you might just end up walking straight past it. The place is small and there's only couple rooms to see, with interactive displays to tell the story behind why the...More
One of the best finds for Warsaw.
It’s something I knew very little about, and I feel the lives of those tortured here should be more talked about.
I felt a very odd sickness in my stomach walking around, knowing the place looked exactly the...More
We had read a lot about the occupation and WW2 before we went for our visit to the city. This place makes it all come to life. I got kinda sick to my stomach in there, and had to hold my husband while we were...More