Tuesday, 24 January 2012

Auschwitz 2: Water Treatment Plants



Photos below of the larger water-treatment plant at Birkenau









Three deer 

One deer, behind the post


Photo below of the smaller water-treatment plant at Birkenau
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A building in the water-treatment part, in the distance is Compound B1B


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