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Museum of the Death March in the Below Forest

Belower Damm 1
16909 Wittstock

telephone: +49 (0)39925 2478
e-mail: below@gedenkstaette-sachsenhausen.de

URL: http://www.stiftung-bg.de/below/

executive director: Carmen Lange

contact: Antje Zeiger

direction and opening hours: The open air exhibition is exposable during day time. Educational projects or guidances are available on demand. The office and bookshop are opened from Monday - Friday 10.00 am - 4.00 pm. Closed on 24.-26.12., 31.12. and 01.01.

Wittstock can be reached from the A 24 (Berlin-Hamburg, exit Pritzwalk) or from the A 19 (Berlin-Rostock, exit Wittstock). The street Wittstock-Röbel leads to the museum. Follow signs from there. The museum is ten minutes away by foot from the Autobahn service area just beyond the exit Wittstock (toward Rostock) on the A 19. By train: Berlin-Neustrelitz, from there with the regional train to Wittstock

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