Its surface is covered with inscriptions bearing the names of communities of the murder victims and dates creating a calendar of the crime. This is also a place for laying memorial stones and candles.
This is a one of the lesser known camps which was destroyed by the Nazis to hide what they had done. The morning I visited there were very few visitors, which is a pity, because there is a newly constructed memorial and museum which was open on 3rd June 2004. Some thought has gone into the new memorial, which is worthy of the tragic events that happened there. The museum documents the history of the camp and has english translations.