This is a historical site of World War II, which retains its original appearance. Here, tourists visit the original barracks, gas chambers and crematoriums, where life once died cruelly. The introduction in the museum is very detailed. The walls of the crematorium room are covered with photos of the victims, as well as flowers that people put in memory of the people who died here. On the wall outside the building, there are many stone monuments to commemorate the victims, including Chinese.
The memorial looks empty, and it feels chilly. It may have something to do with history, but I don't really understand it. I came back to see the introduction at night and realized that it was like this.
Here is a historical sites of world war ii, keeping his appearance at that time. Here, visitors to the original barracks, gas Chambers and crematoria, life was brutally die there. The museum did a very detailed introduction, on the wall of the incinerator room, decorated with pictures of the victims, there are people to commemorate the victims of the people here are flowers. On the wall outside the building, there are many countries to commemorate the victims of stone, some of them in China.
The location is on a small hill, and the exhibition is indoor or outdoor. It was shocking to see the concentration camps and gas chambers left over from World War II. It was very helpful for understanding the history of World War II.
Traffic is very inconvenient. After arriving at the Mauthausen train station, you can rent a bike up the mountain near the town’s info. It will be very cool when you go down. The audio guide of the memorial is very detailed. It takes 4 hours to listen to it all. It is recommended to stay here for at least two hours. You can see the gas chamber, crematorium, the roster of victims, etc., which is quite shocking. Since I went there on a sunny day, it was not gloomy.