Auschwitz Tours reveal one of the well-known concentration camps in the world. In fact, it is a place of genocide during WWII where more or less 1.5 million people were killed. The place has stayed as a living monument of death. The previous German Nazi Concentration and Extermination Camp is the main place of its kind that has come into on a UNESCO World Heritage List. At first it served as a concentration camp, but it rapidly became the place of extermination of over 1.5 million people. At the moment, the complex comprises of KL Auschwitz located in the city of Oswiecim and KL Birkenau in the village of Brzezinka and is easily reached for the guests assisted by a local guide. Without a doubt, it is a sober place which astounds all visitors, and a significant memorial to the victims of the extermination.
At the last part of the WWII, the SS made great efforts to wipe out what remained of the extermination camp, burn the archives, and kill all the people they referred to as the “Bearers of Secrets”.