Photos: Majdanek Death Camp MemorialsClick on a thumbnail image to view the full photograph.
Sign at entrance to Majdanek Memorial. 1998. Mausoleum designed by Wiktor Tolkin. The structure covers a huge mound of human ashes. The engraved sign cautions, "Let our fate be a warning to you." Mausoleum designed by Wiktor Tolkin. Huge mound of human ashes from the prisoners who were murdered at the camp. Mound of human ashes in the Mausoleum. Monument to Struggle and Martyrdom was also designed by Wiktor Tolkin and is connected to the Mausoleum by the "Road of Homage." Monument to Struggle and Martyrdom by Wiktor Tolkin. Monument to Struggle and Martyrdom by Wiktor Tolkin. Monument to Struggle and Martyrdom by Wiktor Tolkin. Mother and child sculpture in front of a building. The camp housed a number of infants and children. The mother is lifting her child. Mother and child sculpture. A display of human remains from the camp. A gravestone marker amid mounds of graves. The town of Lublin can be seen in the distance. A monument designed by Albin Maria Boniecki while he was an inmate at the camp. Three eagles, symbolic of Poland, sit on an urn containing human ashes.
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