Cultural programme

Check the activities planned for the upcoming weeks. Free entrance.

The exhibition has a clear educational purpose. During its stay in Madrid different pedagogical activities will be held, in order to approach the Holocaust reality from different points of view.

Discover the next activities and conferences by experts from different fields and survivors of German Nazi camps:

Feb
20
Tue
THE ARCHITECTURE OF HORROR – Conference with Professor Robert Jan van Pelt
Feb 20 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

 

Date: February 20th.
Time: 19:00 h.
Where: Fundación Canal’s Auditorium, C/ Mateo Inurria, 2, 28036 Madrid
Duration: 90 minutes

Entrance: FREE. Tickets available here. There will be some tickets available in the entry to the event. They will be distributed at Fundación Canal’s entry at 18:45, by strict order of arrival, and subject to available seating.



Thanks to its expertise, it was possible to conceive and coordinate the construction of authentic factories of death, so functional and efficient that in the case of Auschwitz, a real complex with 3 main camps and more than 40 subcamps, allowed the systematic murder of more than 1,100,000 people.

The original plans and remains of the gas chambers, barracks, crematories, etc., that have been preserved to this day, stand today as one of the greatest evidences of the crimes committed by Nazi Germany.

The Auschwitz. Not long ago. Not far away. Exhibiton shows for the first time several models and original Auschwitz objects that refer to that architecture of horror; an element whose importance and transcendence will be explored by Professor Robert Jan van Pelt, Chief Curator of the exhibition, during this conference.

 


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