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--- Photo by: @pizaipad ---   Auschwitz I. One of the main exhibition blocks. You can see what happens when more than one million visitors visit the site every year. Last year we had 1,33 million visitors. This year we have already had over 1,05 million people.

--- Photo by: @pizaipad --- Auschwitz I. One of the main exhibition blocks. You can see what happens when more than one million visitors visit the site every year. Last year we had 1,33 million visitors. This year we have already had over 1,05 million people.

Auschwitz II-Birkenau. Remains of the prisoners latrine at the BIIb sector of the camp where the family camp for Jews from Theresienstadt ghetto was located.

Auschwitz II-Birkenau. Remains of the prisoners latrine at the BIIb sector of the camp where the family camp for Jews from Theresienstadt ghetto was located.

--- Photo by: @bollapetike --- Auschwitz II-Birkenau. The main sauna building which was used to register new prisoners but also to disinfect belongings robbed from exterminated Jews. Here you can see some authentic personal objects people carried with them into the building.

--- Photo by: @bollapetike --- Auschwitz II-Birkenau. The main sauna building which was used to register new prisoners but also to disinfect belongings robbed from exterminated Jews. Here you can see some authentic personal objects people carried with them into the building.

--- Photo by @frantxu850 --- Auschwitz II-Birkenau. Inside a brick barrakcs for prisoners.

--- Photo by @frantxu850 --- Auschwitz II-Birkenau. Inside a brick barrakcs for prisoners.

Visitors have influence on the condition of the Memorial Site. The stairs in one of the exhibition buildings are a great example of that.

Visitors have influence on the condition of the Memorial Site. The stairs in one of the exhibition buildings are a great example of that.

A group sitting at the ruins of gas chamber and crematorium no. 2. The structure here is the changing room where people had to strip before entering the gas chamber.

A group sitting at the ruins of gas chamber and crematorium no. 2. The structure here is the changing room where people had to strip before entering the gas chamber.

Auschwitz II-Birkenau. A brick barrack built at the BI sector of the camp. Inside there were 60 brick partitions with three tiers, making a total of 180 sleeping places designed to accommodate 4 prisoners. At first, the buildings had earthen floors. Over time, these were covered with a layer of bricks lying flat, or with a thin layer of poured concrete. The barracks were unheated in the winter. Only in 1944 were sinks and toilets installed in a small area inside a block. (Photo: Paweł…

Auschwitz II-Birkenau. A brick barrack built at the BI sector of the camp. Inside there were 60 brick partitions with three tiers, making a total of 180 sleeping places designed to accommodate 4 prisoners. At first, the buildings had earthen floors. Over time, these were covered with a layer of bricks lying flat, or with a thin layer of poured concrete. The barracks were unheated in the winter. Only in 1944 were sinks and toilets installed in a small area inside a block. (Photo: Paweł…

An aerial photo of the ruins of crematorium and gas chamber II. The structure on the left is the underground changing room from which people walked inside an undeground gas chamber (room at the bottom). The structure on the right is the crematorium which was built on the ground level and had 5 three-muffled furnaces.

An aerial photo of the ruins of crematorium and gas chamber II. The structure on the left is the underground changing room from which people walked inside an undeground gas chamber (room at the bottom). The structure on the right is the crematorium which was built on the ground level and had 5 three-muffled furnaces.

On 22/03/1943 the construction of crematorium IV was completed. The changing room and the gas chamber was on the ground level. The gas chamber (visible at the back of the archive photograph) divided into three rooms had a total size of 236.78 square meters. In the middle of the building there was the undressing room. In the back - one eight-oven crematorium furnace. Crematorium was burned by the Sonderkommando prisoners in their revolt on October 7, 1944 and subsequently dismantled.

On 22/03/1943 the construction of crematorium IV was completed. The changing room and the gas chamber was on the ground level. The gas chamber (visible at the back of the archive photograph) divided into three rooms had a total size of 236.78 square meters. In the middle of the building there was the undressing room. In the back - one eight-oven crematorium furnace. Crematorium was burned by the Sonderkommando prisoners in their revolt on October 7, 1944 and subsequently dismantled.

A pond nearby gas chamber and crematorium no. 2 (the gas chamber is visible in the background). Ashes from the crematories were put into such ponds.

A pond nearby gas chamber and crematorium no. 2 (the gas chamber is visible in the background). Ashes from the crematories were put into such ponds.