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Take train or other transport to Krakow and then take regular bus or train to Osevitch (phonetic spelling only, not correct Polish spelling)

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Q: Is there a tour from Warsaw to Auschwitz?
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In which country are the cities of Auschwitz and Warsaw?

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


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


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


Where are the places that were the most important to the holocaust?

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


How many Polish children were at Auschwitz?

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