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Monument to Struggle and Martyrdom


Mausoleum

Panel no. 17 - Execution Ditches


On November 3, 1943, in the three execution ditches dug near the crematorium, German Police and SS squads executed about 18,000 Jewish prisoners...

Crematorium


Inside the crematorium building there is a room with a stone dissection table for seeking valuables in corpses, two areas for storing bodies, an area for storing coke, five crematorium furnaces, and a bathroom for the boss of the crematorium.

Panel no. 9 - Field II


This field was occupied by male prisoners. In 1942, there were mainly Polish, Slovak and Czech Jews...

Panel no. 10 - Middle Field I


In the second half of 1942, in the area of Middle Field I which separated Fields I and II, a temporary crematorium was installed...

Panel no. 8 - Rosengarten — Selection Square


Situated next to the western wall of the women’s bathhouse (barracks 42) and surrounded by barbed wire, Rosengarten (“rose garden”) or Rosenfeld (“rose field”)...

Panel no. 7 - Warehouses and Camp Workshops


Administrative buildings, warehouses and workshops were erected close to the area of the prisoner camp...

Panel no. 6 - Field I


At the turn of 1941 and 1942, the first prisoners were kept here...

Men's Bathhouse


From the spring of 1942, newly arrived prisoners were taken to a bathhouse erected in the vicinity of the storage areas.

Panel no. 5 - Cremation Pyres


The corpses of the Majdanek victims were originally buried in mass graves...

Panel no. 2 - The SS Sector


The administrative section of the camp included the command offices, SS headquarters and barracks for the guard crew...

Panel no. 1 - The Camp Entrance Gate


KL Lublin did not have a side track, these trains stopped at the ramp in Wrońska Street...

Commemorative stone with a tablet bearing the message of the Blessed Omelyan Kovch


Father Omelyan Kovch, a Ukrainian Greek-Catholic priest, was imprisoned in the concentration camp at Majdanek from August 31, 1943 to March 25, 1944 for aiding Jews, Poles, and Ukrainians...

Commemorative stone with a tablet dedicated to the organizers of aid to the prisoners of Majdanek


On the initiative of the community of former prisoners and the Society for the Protection of Majdanek...

Panel no. 16 - Crematorium


The main crematorium of the camp at Majdanek was situated close to the hospital barracks in Field V...

Panel no. 15 - Field V


At the beginning of October 1942, a concentration camp for women was created here...

Panel no. 14 - Middle Field II


In the square between Fields IV and V there was a coal and combustible wood yard...

Panel no. 13 - Field IV


Field IV was designed for male prisoners. Some of the area housed a transit camp controlled by the German Ordnungspolizei (Order Police) in Lublin...

Panel no. 12 - Guarding System


The camp guarding system was supposed to isolate the inmates from the outside world and prevent them from escaping...

Panel no. 11 - Field III


Male inmates were kept in this field. In 1942, mainly Slovak Jews were held here as well as prisoners from the Lublin district...

Column of Three Eagles


The first monument in honour of the victims of the camp. It was erected during the Majdanek camp existence – in Field III, in the spring of 1943.

Barracks nos. 14 and 15


Exhibition "Living Conditions"

Barracks nos. 14 and 15


Exhibition "Living Conditions"

Barracks no. 52


Exhibition of shoes of the "Aktion Reinhardt" victims

Little Castle


This sculpture of a medieval castle was made on the orders of the head of the field by Polish prisoners of the camp in September 1943...

Barracks no. 47


Multimedia exhibition “Shrine – A Memorial to the Unknown Victim”
Available for visitors only from April to October.

Barracks no. 45


Model of the camp and exhibition "Majdanek. Past and Present"

Monument to Struggle and Martyrdom


Gate-Monument

Panel no. 3 - The Prisoner Camp


The prisoner camp, or “preventive detention camp” (Schutzhaftlager) as it was called by the Nazis...

Barracks no. 62


Historical exhibition "The Prisoners of Majdanek"

Window of Time


Display of the fragment of historical road made of matzevot by the Majdanek prisoners

Barracks no. 44


Exhibition "Lublin under Occupation"

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"They Arrived at the Ghetto... And Went into the Unknown"

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Panel no. 4 - Gas chambers


The gas chambers, used for the mass extermination of prisoners, were erected towards the end of the summer of 1942. The building itself was made of ceramic brick...

Map of the museum Map of the museum en test Monument to Struggle and Martyrdom Mausoleum Panel no. 17 - Execution Ditches On November 3, 1943, in the three execution ditches dug near the crematorium, German Police and SS squads executed about 18,000 Jewish prisoners... Crematorium Inside the crematorium building there is a room with a stone dissection table for seeking valuables in corpses, two areas for storing bodies, an area for storing coke, five crematorium furnaces, and a bathroom for the boss of the crematorium. Panel no. 9 - Field II This field was occupied by male prisoners. In 1942, there were mainly Polish, Slovak and Czech Jews... Panel no. 10 - Middle Field I  In the second half of 1942, in the area of Middle Field I which separated Fields I and II, a temporary crematorium was installed... Panel no. 8 - Rosengarten — Selection Square Situated next to the western wall of the women’s bathhouse (barracks 42) and surrounded by barbed wire, Rosengarten (“rose garden”) or Rosenfeld (“rose field”)... Panel no. 7 - Warehouses and Camp Workshops Administrative buildings, warehouses and workshops were erected close to the area of the prisoner camp... Panel no. 6 - Field I At the turn of 1941 and 1942, the first prisoners were kept here... Men's Bathhouse From the spring of 1942, newly arrived prisoners were taken to a bathhouse erected in the vicinity of the storage areas. Panel no. 5 - Cremation Pyres  The corpses of the Majdanek victims were originally buried in mass graves... Panel no. 2 - The SS Sector The administrative section of the camp included the command offices, SS headquarters and barracks for the guard crew... Panel no. 1 - The Camp Entrance Gate KL Lublin did not have a side track, these trains stopped at the ramp in Wrońska Street... Commemorative stone with a tablet bearing the message of the Blessed Omelyan Kovch Father Omelyan Kovch, a Ukrainian Greek-Catholic priest, was imprisoned in the concentration camp at Majdanek from August 31, 1943 to March 25, 1944 for aiding Jews, Poles, and Ukrainians... Commemorative stone with a tablet dedicated to the organizers of aid to the prisoners of Majdanek  On the initiative of the community of former prisoners and the Society for the Protection of Majdanek... Panel no. 16 - Crematorium The main crematorium of the camp at Majdanek was situated close to the hospital barracks in Field V... Panel no. 15 - Field V At the beginning of October 1942, a concentration camp for women was created here... Panel no. 14 - Middle Field II  In the square between Fields IV and V there was a coal and combustible wood yard... Panel no. 13 - Field IV Field IV was designed for male prisoners. Some of the area housed a transit camp controlled by the German Ordnungspolizei (Order Police) in Lublin... Panel no. 12 - Guarding System The camp guarding system was supposed to isolate the inmates from the outside world and prevent them from escaping... Panel no. 11 - Field III Male inmates were kept in this field. In 1942, mainly Slovak Jews were held here as well as prisoners from the Lublin district... Column of Three Eagles  The first monument in honour of the victims of the camp. It was erected during the Majdanek camp existence – in Field III, in the spring of 1943. Barracks nos. 14 and 15 Exhibition Barracks nos. 14 and 15 Exhibition Barracks no. 52 Exhibition of shoes of the Little Castle This sculpture of a medieval castle was made on the orders of the head of the field by Polish prisoners of the camp in September 1943... Barracks no. 47 Multimedia exhibition “Shrine – A Memorial to the Unknown Victim” 
Available for visitors only from April to October. Barracks no. 45 Model of the camp and exhibition Monument to Struggle and Martyrdom Gate-Monument Panel no. 3 - The Prisoner Camp The prisoner camp, or “preventive detention camp” (Schutzhaftlager) as it was called by the Nazis... Barracks no. 62 Historical exhibition Window of Time Display of the fragment of historical road made of matzevot by the Majdanek prisoners Barracks no. 44 Exhibition Punkt 36 Punkt 36 Punkt 37 Punkt 37 Punkt 38 Punkt 38 Punkt 39 Punkt 39 Punkt 40 Punkt 40 Punkt 41 Punkt 41 Punkt 42 Punkt 42 Punkt 43 Punkt 43 Punkt 44 Punkt 44 Punkt 45 Punkt 45 Punkt 46 Punkt 46 Punkt 47 Punkt 47 Punkt 48 Punkt 48 Punkt 49 Punkt 49 Punkt 50 Punkt 50 Punkt 51 Punkt 51 Punkt 52 Punkt 52 Punkt 53 Punkt 53 Punkt 54 Punkt 54 Punkt 55 Punkt 55 Punkt 56 Punkt 56 Punkt 57 Punkt 57 Punkt 58 Punkt 58 Punkt 59 Punkt 59 Punkt 60 Punkt 60 Punkt 61 Punkt 61 Punkt 62 Punkt 62 Punkt 63 Punkt 63 Punkt 64 Punkt 64 Punkt 65 Punkt 65 Barracks no. 43 Punkt 67 Punkt 67 Punkt 68 Punkt 68 Punkt 69 Punkt 69 Punkt 70 Punkt 70 Punkt 71 Punkt 71 Punkt 72 Punkt 72 Punkt 73 Punkt 73 Punkt 74 Punkt 74 Panel no. 4 - Gas chambers The gas chambers, used for the mass extermination of prisoners, were erected towards the end of the summer of 1942.  The building itself was made of ceramic brick...

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