Located about 20 minutes outside of Munich is the city of Dachau.  In 1933 the Nazi’s built a concentration camp here that would become the prototype for all such places.  More than 35,000 Prisoners were believed to have lost their lives here between 1933-1945.  Today Dachau stands as a memory, to remind us of the hate that once reigned so powerful.  It’s very weird to even visit such a place. It’s as if your mere presence is a desecration and insult to what had happened. One thing is for certain that even today, and even on a completely different level, any time spent at Dachau concentration camp not be pleasant.

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