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Block 13. Hitler's shelter.
The largest building in the complex.
Ferroconcrete walls have a thickness of 7 meters and the ceiling has 8 meters thick.
The bunker was resistant to all common during World War II bombs and missiles.
Albert Speer described the shelter:
"If something as a symbol of current time can be expressed in the form of buildings, it is this shelter: externally similar to an ancient Egyptian tomb, was actually a big concrete block, no windows, no direct air supply, the structure whose concrete walls was much more bigger than the usable space. In this tomb he lived, worked and slept. "
Treblinka. Monument made from stones.
Area of 22,000 square meters covered with concrete, on which put 17,000 stones with the names of Polish towns and cities, from where the murdered people were.
Concrete covers human ashes and protects them from living (yet till the 90's appeared here gold searchers with metal detectors).
The only individual commemoration is a stone dedicated to the memory of Henryk Goldszmit (Janusz Korczak), which together with children from orphanages of Warsaw ghetto was killed in a gas chamber.
Canadian philosopher Emil Fakenheim (prisoner of Sachsenhausen) says that after the Holocaust to the 613 mitzvot was added 614 mitzvah.
Injunction of memory.
Injunction of fidelity of memory.
Treblinka. Rail tracks.
"You are free to take the gold and the money"
- this was written on German posters in the Warsaw ghetto.
"They meant more or less: do not forget to bring money and gold '"
- writes Rachel Auerbach.
Transports brought lawyers, bankers, doctors, landlords. They took with them the whole property.
After leaving the wagon they were greeted by following inscription:
You are in the transit camp, from which you will be transferred to labor camps. To prevent epidemics, you have to give your clothes and stuff for immediate disinfection. Gold, money, foreign currency and jewelry should be deposited at the counter, where you will get a receipt.
They will be give back later on presentation of receipts. To be clean, all must take bath before continuing."
After an hour, murdered people burned on a big grate made by railroad rails.
Private sedan car at your disposal, perfect for three.
Capacity: 1 - 4 passengers.
Private minivan car at your disposal, perfect for the groups up to 5th.
Capacity: 1 - 7 passengers.
Private minibus at your disposal, perfect for the groups up to 19th people.
Capacity: 8 - 19 passengers.
Private 49 seater coach at your disposal, perfect for the groups up to 49th people.
Capacity: 49 passengers.
Your journey by comfortable car (1-4 persons: Mercedes E or VW Passat B8; 4-6 persons: Mercedes Viano or VW Multivan; 7-20 persons: Mercedes Sprinter) will start from anywhere in Warsaw, at time which you will choose.
Upon arrival to the camp in Treblinka, while individual tour, licensed guide for 2 hours narrate and guides you in the camp. After completion of Treblinka Tour, our qualified driver takes you to the complex of bunkers Wolf's Lair.
You are touring by a professional guide. An additional attraction is a 30-minute ride by historic military vehicle.
After completion of Wolf's Lair Tour, our qualified driver takes you to any place in Warsaw.
1. Transit Warsaw - Treblinka.
2. Treblinka. Museum of Struggle and Martyrdom of Treblinka. Permanent exhibition in the museum with multimedia shows. Symbolic railway track and the platform on which the selection was made. Monument in honor of the murdered. Cremation place.
3. Transit Treblinka - Gierloza.
4. Wolf's Lair. Hitler's quarter Wolf's Lair.
Guided sightseeing of bunkers: building of bodyguard and security services of Reich, Speer barrack, map room, place of failed assassination attempt on Hitler's life, shelter for visitors, mail, teletype and telephone control unit, garages and building for drivers, cinema, boiler room, food storage, house and shelter of Bormann, Casino, Jodl's shelter, MFA bunker.
Hitler's personal guards hotel, tearoom, bunker of Keitel, Göring's house, Göring's air raid shelter with the positions of anti-aircraft guns, machine guns and reflectors, Luftwaffe shelter, Navy command shelter, Hitler's bunker, positions of anti-aircraft guns.
5. Ride by historic military vehicle: up to 4 persons in German Kurierwagen, up to 7 people in German SdKfz 247 off-road vehicle, up to 17 people in Soviet armored car BTR-40.
6. Transit Gierloza - Warsaw.
Total Price for private guided tour in 5 languages and ride by historical military vehicle:
All tickets and fees included in the price.
How long is tour of Wolfs Lair and Treblinka ?
The total duration of the tour: 13 hours.
Are Wolfs Lair and Treblinka close to Warsaw ? Are Wolf Lair and Treblinka near Warsaw ?
Distance between Warsaw and Treblinka and Gierloza is 310 km / 192 miles.
How long is the drive from Warsaw to Wolfs Lair and Treblinka ?
Approximate driving time one way: 4 hours 30 minutes.
Time of Wolf's Lair Tour may vary slightly due to the situation on the road or random events which are out of Organizer's control.