During World War II, this former tile manufacture, was an internment, a transit and a deportation camp. Today it has become a memorial, providing an opportunity for visitors to contemplate the horror of genocides. A tour of the different red-brick buildings is designed to put the visitor in situ through film testimonials, photos and drawings by German and Jewish artists. An experience that is both unsettling and unforgettable.
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