An interesting place to visit, good for history buffs and those interested in the war, as well as the ‘casual tourist.’ It was quite sad and confronting, probably not a place for young children. We chose not to get the audio tour but enough was in English (all lower floor.) An eye opening place to visit. Needed a hug and some chocolate after!
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