5 Sights in Dachau, Germany (with Map and Images)

Here you can find interesting sights in Dachau, Germany. Click on a marker on the map to view details about the sight. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 5 sights are available in Dachau, Germany.

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1. KZ-Gedenkstätte Dachau

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KZ-Gedenkstätte Dachau Bayerische Vermessungsverwaltung – www.geodaten.bayern.de / CC BY 3.0

Dachau Concentration Camp Memorial Hall is located north-northwest of Munich, on the eastern edge of Dachau. It was established on May 6, 1965 in the former prisoner section of Dachau concentration camp. It has been sponsored by the Bavarian Memorial Foundation since 2003. The archives of the memorial hall and part of the exhibition are located in the preserved former warehouse building. Every year, about 1 million people from all over the world visit the memorial hall.

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2. Ehemaliges Wirtschaftsgebäude

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The former farm building of the Dachau concentration camp is a U-shaped brick building that now houses the exhibition of the memorial. It was, separated from the SS site, on the prisoner site of the Dachau concentration camp. At the time of National Socialism there were, among other things, a kitchen and the notorious bathroom. H. A shower system that the SS and others. used as a place for torture.

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3. Bezirksmuseum Dachau

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Bezirksmuseum Dachau Günter Standl / CC BY-SA 3.0

The Dachau Regional Museum displays about 2,000 items about the cultural history and folk customs of the Upper Bavarian city of Dachau and its surrounding areas. Topics include the history of Dachau city and region, handicrafts, bourgeois life culture, peasant life, Dachau traditional costumes, popular piety and superstition.

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4. Todesangst-Christi-Kapelle

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Todesangst-Christi-Kapelle Tafkas uploaded with Commonist / CC BY 2.5

The fear of death christi chapel is a Catholic chapel in Dachau. According to plans by the Munich architecture professor Josef Wiedemann, it was built on the site of the Dachau concentration camp and inaugurated on August 5, 1960.

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5. Jourhaus

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Jourhaus Guido Radig / CC BY-SA 3.0

Jourhaus was the name of the entrance building to the prisoners' camp at Dachau and Gusen concentration camps. It housed administrative and command offices and was the location for disciplinary hearings of prisoners.

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