--- Photo by @nathan_cafolla --- Auschwitz II-Birkenau. The main guard tower of the camp and the rails of the new unloading platform where selections of deported Jews took place from mid-May 1944.
--- Photo by @barzdonas --- Auschwitz. Visual symbols of the German Nazi concentration and extermination camp.
Auschwitz I. The building of the camp kitchen.
--- Photo by @kandihamble --- Auschwitz I. Block 1 and remains of the first camp kitchen and bath house.
--- Photo by @mizmorlayla --- Auschwitz I. Block 20. It was a part of the camp infirmary especially for prisoners infected with contagious diseases like typhus. In the room on the left side on the first floor SS medical staff killed prisoners with phenol intercardiac injections.
--- Photo by @juanjo_ --- Auschwitz I. Between the fences. Block 22 on the left was part of the prisoners' compound. The building on the right was already a part of SS administration and it housed the infirmary for the guards.
--- Photo by @scorhill_v8 --- Auschwitz II-Birkenau. Inside a brick washroom for prisoners.
--- Photo by @zoekingo --- Auschwitz I. Block 14. Russian exhibition. Drawings by Zinovij Tolkachev who was an official artist of the Soviet army and who was one of the soldiers who liberated Auschwitz on January 27 1945. After the liberation he made many drawings depicting the horrible situation of the survivors.
--- Photo by @giovannicobianchi --- Auschwitz I. Block 6. Part of the exhibition dedicated to the topic of hunger at Auschwitz.