From this railway station in the years 1941-1944, the German Nazi regime deported over 7,000 Jews from Wrocław and other Silesian towns to concentration camps and places of extermination: Kowno, Izbica, Majdanek, Theresienstadt, Auschwitz, Sobibor, Belzec, Riga, Minsk and others. The vast majority of deportees were murdered. These words stand on the wall onceContinue reading “Nadorze Railway Station, the Odra’s gate”
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Nadodrze, a forgotten area with a new lease of life
The story of a neighbourhood which was marked by a history of depravation, now unveiled by a wave of tolerance and ready to become the new cultural meeting point of Wrocław.