Museum of Genocide Victims

Museum of Genocide Victims

authentic presentation of a dark chapter

Location: 

Aukų g. 2, Vilnius, Lithuania

Duration: 

Wednesday, September 16, 2015

personal highlights

  1. KGB: former Lithuanian headquarter and original prison
  2. Musem: countless original material, partially pretty creepy
  3. Occupation: by the Nazi and then Soviet from 1940 until 1990
  4. Iron curtain: isolate people from Democracy and freedom
  5. Prisoners: 130'000 people deported (mostly to Siberia)

image sources

  1. prison hallway @ Museum cellar
  2. Lenin propaganda @ Museum
  3. Military uniform @ Museum
  4. Retro visualisation @ Museum
  5. Radiostation desk @ Museum

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