The Terezín Memorial - National Historic Landmark invites you to the exhibition of Small Fortress (headquarters of the memorial), which served as a Prague Gestapo prison from 1940-1945.In 1994, an exhibition about the history of the police prison was opened in this Small Fortress. Testimony about the persecution of the Czech nation in the World War II under the Nazi regime, chronicles on the fates of Czech prisoners who were in the concentration camps.You can also visit:- Terezín 1780–1939- Litoměřice Concentration Camp 1944–1945- Internment camp for Germans. Small fortress 1945–1948- Terezín Memorial fine art - Ghetto MuseumAt Small Fortress, you can also visit the cinema with documentary films as well as the store with brochures, books, videos and souvenirs.We are looking forward to your visit.
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The Terezín memorial is located in a place, where during the World War II a local fort was transferred into an infamous Jewish ghetto and a concentration camp, the only one collection camp in the Protectorat of Bohemia and Moravia, from which people were transported right to the extermination death ...