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Greater availability and easier booking of visiting the Memorial thanks to personalized entry passes

The number of visitors to the Auschwitz Memorial in January 2020 is more than 10 per cent higher than in the corresponding record period in terms of attendance in 2019 - that is, over 113,000 visitors. In the period between April and October, we expect a monthly attendance of over 200,000 visitors. Thanks to the introduction of name cards for all visitors this year,

The first Honorary Consuls of the Auschwitz Museum Diplomacy of Remembrance network appointed

On the eve of the 75th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz, two first Auschwitz Memorial Honorary Consuls were appointed. Maria Zalewska from the United States and Enrique de Villamor y Soraluce from Spain will act on behalf of the Diplomacy of Remembrance network developed by the Museum.

In memory we must search for sources for our responsibility today. 75th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz.

On January 27, more than 200 Auschwitz and Holocaust Survivors met in front of the Death Gate at the former Auschwitz II-Birkenau camp to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the liberation of the German Nazi concentration and extermination camp.

Words have power. And it is so destructive. Auschwitz Memorial Report 2019

Polish-English report summarizing the year 2018 at the Auschwitz Museum and Memorial was published. In his introduction, Director Piotr M. A. Cywiński emphasized that human hatred can lead to horrible crimes, but everything starts with words.

The Speaker of the United States House of Representatives, Nancy Pelosi at the Auschwitz Memorial

The speaker of the United States House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi visited the Auschwitz Memorial and Museum on 21 January. The delegation also included members of the United States Congress. The guests were welcomed by the deputy director of the Museum, Anna Skrzypińska.

A unique cover. Historical proof of the crime.

A unique historical object has enriched the Collections of the Auschwitz Museum. It is a photo album framed in a cover made of human skin. Research by Museum experts indicates that it could have been created at the German concentration camp in Buchenwald.