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Terezin Concentration Camp

The Terezín concentration camp, more precisely named Theresienstadt concentration camp, located near the city of Terezín, between Prague or Dresden, became sadly famous during the second world war, when the camp was used by the Nazi for the segragation of the Jewish people. Inside Terezin concentration camp, tens of thousands of Jewish and political opposer to the Nazi regim died, killed by malnutrition, diseases or by SS soldiers.