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New Records Set with 150,000 Tickets Sold to Auschwitz Exhibition at Kansas

Union Station Officials announced another historic record relating to Musealia’s Auschwitz Exhibition: over 150,000 tickets sold.
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Highly Expected Opening of Auschwitz Exhibition at Union Station Kansas City

With a record 70,000 pre-sold tickets Auschwitz exhibition opened today at Union Station and will stay in Kansas City until mid January 2022.
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Auschwitz exhibition begins its installation at Union Station Kansas City (MO)

An authentic German-made Model 2 railway freight car installed in front of Union Station Kansas City (MO) as part of Auschwitz exhibition.
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The ‘Auschwitz’ exhibition, by Musealia, awarded on European Heritage Awards / Europa Nostra Awards 2020

The European Commission and Europe Nostra have awarded the 'Auschwitz' exhibition with the European Heritage Awards / Europa Nostra Awards 2020 in the...
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Auschwitz Exhibition Extends its New York Stay in Response to High Demand

"Auschwitz. Not long ago. Not far away." exhibition extends its stay at the Museum of Jewish Heritage in New York, in response to high demand after being visited by more than 106.000 people...
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Original Shofar from Auschwitz Added to Auschwitz Exhibition in New York

A Shofar, a ram’s horn that is made into a special wind instrument used during Jewish High Holiday religious services, that was hidden and clandestinely used in Auschwitz 75 years ago, will be added to the ‘Auschwitz. Not long Ago. Not Far Away’ exhibition at the Museum of Jewish Heritage – A living memorial to the...
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UN Secretary-General recommends visiting AUSCHWITZ exhibition in New York.

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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Auschwitz Exhibition opens in New York City’s Museum of Jewish Heritage

74 years after the liberation of Auschwitz, a traveling exhibition dedicated to the camp is presented for the first in North-America, displaying more than 700 original artifacts and 400 photographs never before shown to a U.S audience. New York, NY– The traveling exhibition Auschwitz. Not long ago. Not far away. was today presented to media...
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German-made WW II-era Freight Wagon Installed at Museum of Jewish Heritage in New York

As part of the travelling exhibition Auschwitz that will open in Manhattan, New York City, on May 8, 2019 and run through January 3, 2020, yesterday...
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“Auschwitz. Not Long Ago. Not Far Away.” exhibition will open in May at the Museum of Jewish Heritage in New York

The Museum of Jewish Heritage – A Living Memorial to the Holocaust will present the most comprehensive Holocaust exhibition about Auschwitz ever exhibited in North America. "Auschwitz. Not long ago. Not far away." created by the Auschwitz Memorial and the Spanish company Musealia will open in New York City on May 8, 2019 and run...
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La exposición Auschwitz supera los 600.000 visitantes antes de su cierre definitivo en Madrid

La exposición monográfica sobre el campo nazi alemán de Auschwitz que acoge el Centro de Exposiciones Arte Canal de Madrid ha superado los 600.000 visitantes tan solo unos días antes de su cierre definitivo...
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Visitor numbers for the Auschwitz exhibition have passed 600,000, days before the end of its stay in Madrid

Visitor numbers for the monographic exhibition on the Auschwitz concentration camp at the Arte Canal Exhibition Centre in Madrid have passed 600,000, just a few days before the exhibition’s time in the Spanish capital is due to end on 3 February...
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OPENING TIMES IN CHRISTMAS

he opening times of the Auschwitz exhibition will change slightly over the festive period...
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Auschwitz exhibition exceeds half a million visitors before its final Madrid closing

Auschwitz: Not Long Ago. Not Far Away, hosted at Madrid’s Arte Canal Exhibition Centre, has exceeded 500,000 visitors...
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New objects from Anne Frank House on display at the AUSCHWITZ Exhibition

The collection of over 600 original artefacts is complemented now by three new items from Anne Frank House in Amsterdam...
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Auschwitz Exhibition exceeds 450,000 visitors and extends Madrid dates to February 2019

The Region of Madrid, Canal de Isabel II and Musealia have extended the dates of the exhibition ‘Auschwitz. Not long ago. Not far away.’ The exhibition, at the Arte Canal Exhibition Centre, Madrid, will now run until 3 February 2019.
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September 13: ‘Auschwitz in Images’ talk, with Paul Salmons

The seminar "Auschwitz in Images" will take place on 13 September at 19.00 in the Auditorium of Canal de Isabel II in Madrid. The seminar is the last event in the cultural programme for the Auschwitz exhibition’s time in the Spanish capital.
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Free education seminar at the Auschwitz exhibition – Teaching the Holocaust: How to explain the inexplicable

Next Wednesday, 12 September,  Canal de Isabel II and the Auschwitz exhibition, in partnership with the Sefarad Centre and the Jewish Community of Madrid, will hold an exclusive education seminar for teachers. Entitled Teaching the Holocaust: How to explain the inexplicable.
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Madrid Auschwitz exhibition extended for four months after attracting over 350,000 visitors

The Community of Madrid, Canal de Isabel II and Musealia are extending the ‘Auschwitz: not long ago, not far away’ exhibition at Madrid’s Canal Art Exhibition Centre until 7 October, after receiving over 350,000 visits since its launch in December.
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