The photo above shows a view of the former
camp, looking north toward the mountain in the background. On
the left is the camp prison and on the right is the crematorium.
In the foreground is a display of objects used in the camp, including
a gallows in the center.
The photo below shows the terraces where
the barracks formerly stood. Each of the barrack locations now
has a white block with the name of one of the former Nazi concentration
camps, such as Auschwitz, Bergen-Belsen and Neuengamme, which
are the names on the blocks closest to the entrance. On the extreme
left is shown a bit of the barbed wire fence which surrounded
Pictured below are two of the guard towers
in the former camp and the stone steps in front of the former
The photo directly above shows a view
of the former camp, looking south, from near the bottom of the
slope. There are granite steps up to each terrace where the barracks
formerly stood. Visitors are not encouraged to walk through the
camp because these steps are steep and have no handrails. On
the extreme left, you can see the steep road that visitors must
take to the crematorium at the bottom of the slope. In the background
is the monument called the Memorial to Deportation. The building
on the left is the former kitchen and the building on the right
is barrack block number one.