Concentration Camp Terezin

Terezín was established at the end of the 18th century by Joseph II as a fortress to protect the borders of the Bohemian Kingdom. It became a notorious concentration camp run by the Nazis during WW II.

More than 35 000 Jews perished in the camp’s ghetto. You will see the Memorial of National Martyrdom, the Small Fortress and the Museum.

Terezin in Pictures