There were hundreds of camps across Europe run by the Nazis. Wherever the German army set to foot new ones were created. But it was in Poland where they created the most notorious. Some of them were labor camps, the other had only one purpose: to murder.
Majdanek Concentration Camp just outside the center of Lublin is one of the biggest and best-preserved camps in Europe today. Visit it with our expert guides from Rootka, who specializes in the Jewish story of Poland and Ukraine. Learn the history of the place and the stories of those, who lived through it.