This is a very difficult category to think about, but important. On this trip we visited a number of places that fit this category, I guess partly because the countries we visited were affected badly by events in WW2 and the wars during the break-up of Yugoslavia. These include many spots—some big, some small, but all important—that commemorate and remember people’s cruelty to one another. I’d say the top of our list is Auschwitz Concentration Camp, but the bronze shoes on the Danube riverbank and the House of Terror in Budapest come a close second. As does the Srebrenica exhibit in Sarajev.
I wrote about all of these separately, so here are the links to read those for more details.
AUSCHWITZ, A TRIP OUT OF KRAKOW, POLAND
BRONZE SHOES ON DANUBE RIVERBANK IN BUDAPEST
HOUSE OF TERROR IN BUDAPEST
SREBRENICA EXHIBIT IN SARAJEVO (No photography allowed inside)