Reconstructed guard towers on Alte Römerstrasse at the entrance to Memorial Site

The former concentration camp is bounded on the east side by a 10-foot-high reconstructed wall which faces Alte Römerstrasse. The entrance to the Memorial Site is through the open gate to the left of the first guard tower. The guard towers were torn down when the camp was converted into a refugee camp for Germans who were expelled from Poland, Czechoslovakia and eastern Germany after the war. These guard towers were rebuilt in 1965.