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Fully Guided Dachau Concentration Camp Memorial Site Tour from Munich
"Travel by train from Munich with a guide and take a comprehensive tour of Dachau Concentration Camp Memorial Site with one of the site's own guides.The name Dachau is synonymous with the concentration camp system. It Dachau was the precursor to a system of brutality and violence that spread across continental Europe as the Nazis attempted to take control. Learn about the historical context (always with the perspective of the prisoners in mind) during the your local guide will be available to answer further questions you may have.""""Take a 5-hour tour to Dachau Concentration Camp Memorial Site a place of reflection and education dedicated to the estimated 42000 prisoners that lost their lives there. Take the train from Munich towards Dachau
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Private Tour: Dachau Concentration Camp Memorial Site Tour from Munich
"Meet your guide at Munich Central Station or your centrally located Munich hotel then take a train to Dachau where a bus will then transport you to Dachau Concentration Camp Memorial Site.During the Holocaust Dachau was referred to as the ‘parent camp’ serving as a training ground for the genocide during the Third Reich. A staggering range of persecuted people were sent to Dachau — including communists German dissidents gay men Jehovah’s Witnesses
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Private Day Tour from Prague to Dachau Concentration Camp Memorial Site
"This tour are aimed at individual visitors and consist of a guided tour through the grounds of the former camp the historical buildings and parts of the permanent exhibition. The goal is to provide a basic knowledge of the history of the Dachau Concentration Camp and the memorial site as well as to examine the question ""What does this history have to do with us today?""In 2003 a new main exhibition was opened at the Dachau Concentration Camp Memorial Site. The redevelopment of the Dachau Memorial Site was begun in 1997 by the Hau their life in the camp and their journey to either death or liberation. This path is plotted using the firsthand accounts and drawings of the prisoners their biographies
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Fuggerei

A remarkable place, and I don't use that word lightly. It is a social housing project, started in 1521. It is still operating today, with 150 residents in 140 apartments. Rent is a nominal €0.88,...
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Brecht's House

Bertold Brecht Haus We just looked at the outside of Bertold Brecht's Haus. We did not have time to go to the museum inside. The house is fairly plain from the front, but looks quite interesting from...
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Schaezlerpalais

The rococo festival hall is the most beautiful attraction Schaezlerpalais has to offer. This alone would already justify and reward a visit. Completed in 1767, it has survived all wars of the...
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The Cathedral

On our first visit to Augsburg we walked to the cathedral, but did not have time to go in as we had to rush to catch a train. This time we went in, but could not go anywhere inside as there was a...
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St. Ulrich's and St. Afra's Abbey

At the end of a busy main road in Augsburg you will suddenly come upon the beautiful Abbey of St. Ulrich's and St. Afra. This is a former Benedictine abbey. It is dedicated to Saint Ulrich and Saint...
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Roman Remains

Augsburg is one of the oldest cities in Germany (not 'the' oldest, though, Trier and Kempten are quarrelling about that title). Its history dates back to the ancient Romans. The year 15 B. C. counts...
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Mozart House

This museum in Leopold Mozart's birth house was renovated, expanded and modernized in 2005/2006. It includes paintings and musical instruments of the eighteenth century, along with exhibits on Leopold...
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The Hofgarten

After visiting the Church of the Holy Cross, we walked to the Hofgarten. This courtyard garden was built in the eighteenth century as the garden of the prince bishop's residence. This was a lovely...
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The Fronhof

Close to the hofgarten is the Fronhof. This huge building used to be the residence of the prince bishops of Augsburg. The hofgarten was originally part of its garden. Around the building itself there...
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Augustus Fountain

The Augustusbrunner (Fountain of Augustus) is located in Rathausplatz in front of the Rathaus. It was erected in 1575 to commemorate Emperor Augustus, the founder of the city, as well as to celebrate...
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The Artisan's Quarter

The artisan's quarter This is the area behind the town hall. In my opinion it was the loveliest part of Augsburg. It had old houses, narrow streets and little canals. We very much enjoyed strolling...
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Augsburg Theatre

As we were wandering around Augsburg we came across its theatre. This was located on a busy road and had a large sculpture outside. I rather liked the style of the building. When we were there it was...
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Lechviertel

Lechviertel is the former artisans' quarter by the river Lech. The river was divided into canals that run through the streets. they have a strong current and provided both water and energy that the...
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Church of St Moritz

Moritzkirche is one of the central catholic parish churches in the city. From the outside you see a gothic church with a single steeple in asymmetric position. The facades tell of baroque...
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"The city of the Fuggers, Mozart and Brecht"
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Nemorino

"Opera in Augsburg"
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Kathrin_E

"Augsburg: Rich and Proud Imperial City"
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"City of Fountains."
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"Welcome to AUGSBURG"
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