Terezín is a small fortress town, located in the Ústí nad Labem region. This place is associated with the horrible history of WW2. The first people to reside in this town were the Jewish ghetto; afterwards, it served as a concentration camp. Parts of the concentration camp are gallows of small fortresses, the National Jewish graveyard, the Terezín crematory, a memorial in the shape of Menorah, and a memorial place next to river Ohře where the Nazis threw the ashes of victims from the concentration camp or the historic rail.
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Prague City Center