Terezín – Memorial
The city of Terezín, founded at the end of the 18th century as a military fortress, is known today above all as a tragic symbol of the suffering of tens of thousands of innocent people. During World War II, it served as an internment camp for the Jewish population and became a transfer station on the way to the extermination camps. The monument was created in 1947 to commemorate the national suffering. It is the only institution of its kind in the Czech Republic. Its mission is to preserve the memory of the victims of racial and political persecution during the years of Nazi occupation, to develop museums, research, and educational activities, as well as to care for the places associated with the suffering and death of tens of thousands of victims of the reign of violence.
Installed furniture: benches SIBELA, benches ALUMA, litter bins MAG