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jazpops wrote a review Aug 2019
Lewes, United Kingdom334 contributions118 helpful votes
A truly sad but moving experience which everyone visiting should do. It gives some insight into the terrible history here. Very poignant for me as I know someone who was here at the time in a labour camp. Take time to read the pieces on display. we couldn't get into the actual exhibit but we read the display pieces outside, visited the monument and had a drink at the car wash cafe next door (no English).…
Date of experience: August 2019
Mark D wrote a review Aug 2018
Came all the way to Lviv to see this. Guidebook said it was open except Sunday. Came on Saturday. Closed. No answer on the telephone listed. Tourist office that hours are “spotty”. Not cool for such an important place
Date of experience: August 2018
Jesus_Christ wrote a review Jul 2018
New York City, New York98 contributions43 helpful votes
Place is covered in trash and obscene graffiti, smells like urine due to locals using it as free toilet. Its a tourist trap!
Date of experience: July 2018
Witoldzio wrote a review Jun 2018
Manhattan, KS550 contributions309 helpful votes
Located next to the ruins of the Synagogue, it is a row of black marble plaques with various quotes (often heart-breaking) from witnesses and former residents, posted in the many languages formerly spoken on Lviv streets (plus English). Unforgettable experience.
Date of experience: June 2018