Before I bought my ticket I was told that this is not a museum but a memorial place, with just a small exhibition.
The former theatre had been converted into a prison for thousands of Jews, who have been jammed together in the courtyard, waiting for their deportation to a concentration camp.
There is a wall with the names of those people...
A man told me that there are people from all over the world who visit this memorial site because they have lost a family member or friend during that time.
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