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How far is it from Warsaw airport to Auschwitz?

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Warsaw is the nearest major international airport, but you might consider Krakow, which is very close.


Auschwitz and Warsaw are both in poland, Warsaw is the countries capitol.


Warsaw-Auschwitz is about 180 miles. 180 miles in how many minutes by car


The distance between Warsaw and Auschwitz is 312km(192miles) by car.


The airport code for Warsaw Chopin Airport is WAW.


No, Auschwitz is actually 40 Miles west of Krakow and 214 Miles South, South West of Warsaw.


The airport code for Warsaw-Modlin Mazovia Airport is WMI.


Warsaw Chopin Airport was created in 1933.


Auschwitz is in Poland. - Pyrowicz Airport is the closest, about 30 miles north.


Springfield-Branson National Airport is approximately 90 miles from Warsaw, MO.



Auschwitz I Birkenau (Auschwitz II) Belzec Bergen-Belsen Chelmno Dachau Monowitz (Auschwitz III) Sobibor Treblinka Warsaw Westerbork



exactly in Warsaw 1; Warszawa Okecie - Chopin airport, in Modlin near Warsaw have second for cheap airlines such as Ryan air and Wizz air, for small private planes have also airport Warszawa Bemowo


Auschwitz I Birkenau (Auschwitz II) Belzec Bergen-Belsen Chelmno Dachau Monowitz (Auschwitz III) Sobibor Treblinka Warsaw Westerbork


No, Auschwitz was just a town in South western Poland. Warsaw was the Capital of Poland and it was located in Central Eastern Poland.


Auschwitz I Birkenau (Auschwitz II) Belzec Bergen-Belsen Chelmno Dachau Monowitz (Auschwitz III) Sobibor Treblinka Warsaw Westerbork


Auschwitz I Birkenau (Auschwitz II) Belzec Bergen-Belsen Chelmno Dachau Monowitz (Auschwitz III) Sobibor Treblinka Warsaw Westerbork


One can find more information about the Warsaw airport on the offical website of the airport Lotnisko Chopina Poland. Information are also available on Wikipedia or Europe Airports.


Here are some concentration camps. Auschwitz I Birkenau (Auschwitz II) Belzec Bergen-Belsen Chelmno Dachau Monowitz (Auschwitz III) Sobibor Treblinka Warsaw Westerbork


Frederic Chopin Airport. (Lotnisko Chopina w Warszawie)


Krakow is 37 miles away from Auschwitz (59.545728 km)


From Kiece to Auschwitz is approximately 483 km (300 miles).


Auschwitz was the largest camp. Warsaw was the largest ghetto. Both of these are in Poland.


There were at least few thousand polish children in Auschwitz, mainly from Zamość and Warsaw. Most of them died either by lethal injections or in gas chambers.



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