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Catalogo-Auschwitz
The Auschwitz Birkenau State Museum selects the 13 essential readings on the Holocaust...
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UN-Secretary-General-Antonio-Guterres
Mr. Antonio Guterres strongly recommended the AUSCHWITZ exhibition "as a spark to the action and reflection we need at this time” last week...
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expo 3D
'Auschwitz. Not long ago. Not far away.' as embraced an innovative trend and created a digital version of the collection before the end of its time in Spain. The result is a full virtual tour of the exhibition, with over 100 spherical photographs and 70 high-resolution images...
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"A place in this world" is a photography project by the Spanish photographer Néstor Rives undertaken in 2018 that captures the remains of the old German Nazi camps of Auschwitz and Terezin...
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Auschwitz-Exhibition-librería
The Auschwitz exhibition shop is open Monday to Sunday and offers visitors a wide range of books, audiovisual material and other stationery and arts materials related to the study of the Holocaust and the different groups of victims persecuted by Nazi Germany.
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The exhibition will remain at the Arte Canal Exhibition Center until June 17, 2018. This will be its only destination in Spain.
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On 22th March countries around the world will celebrate World Water Day, the day the United Nations designated to highlight the role this natural resource plays in poverty reduction, economic growth and environmental sustainability. According to UN data...
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Acceso a la exposición
The exhibition 'Auschwitz. Not long ago. Not far away.’ has received more than 200,000 visitors during its first 100 days at the Arte Canal Exhibition Center in Madrid, its only destination in Spain. Likewise, 250,000 people have already purchased their tickets to attend the exhibition, which shows more than 600...
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Helena Citronova
In the spring of 1942, two thousand unmarried women from Slovakia were deported in two trains to the concentration camp in Auschwitz. Helena Citrónová was among them.
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Angel Sanz Briz at his desk
In mid-1944, barely a year before World War II drew to a close, Hungary was home to the last Jewish community in Europe not to have been exterminated by the Nazis. When Germany invaded the country in March, plans were put into effect to press on with the Final Solution by deporting the almost 800,000...
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