From Prague: Terezín with Admissions

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  • 5 hr

Come with us for 5 hours to Terezin; the city which during Second World War served as a Jewish concentration camp. Founded in the late 18th century by Emperor Joseph II. as a fortress to protect The Kingdom of Bohemia. In 1940, the German Gestapo took control of the city and Terezín was turned into a Jewish ghetto. Those who are interested in history of Second World War and the Holocaust can visit with us the Small Fortress + Ghetto museum + Magdeburg Barracks. Tour could be operated in bilingual languages.

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Stop At: Terezin Memorial

Come with us for 5 hours to Terezin; the city which during Second World War served as a Jewish concentration camp. Founded in the late 18th century by Emperor Joseph II. as a fortress to protect The Kingdom of Bohemia. In 1940, the German Gestapo took control of the city and Terezín was turned into a Jewish ghetto. Those who are interested in history of Second World War and the Holocaust can visit with us the Small Fortress Terezín and museums in the Big Fortress.

Duration: 3 hour
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