An exhibition has been created in the memorial for the Klooga camp which aims to raise awareness of the mass murder that took place in Klooga on 19 September, 1944, and was one of the largest in Estonia during the German occupation.
The outdoor exhibition provides an overview of the Klooga camp, one of the many concentration camps of Nazi Germany. The Klooga camp was integrated into a wider network of camps that served the interests of the German wartime economy and was a tool for implementing the criminal ethnic and racial policies of the Nazis. An important task of the exhibition is commemorating the victims of the Holocaust.
Võsa tänav 3A, Klooga alevik, Keila vald, Harju maakond
The outdoor exhibition "Klooga camp and the holocaust" is open in Harju County in the near vicinity of the small town of Klooga. Railway station: Klooga-Aedlinn. Those coming by car or by bus can access the car park from the Tallinn-Paldiski highway after railway crossing.
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