Kamp Vught National Memorial
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Kamp Vught National Memorial

Established in the village of Vught, Kamp Vught was the only Nazi concentration camp run directly by the SS in Western Europe outside of Germany. Reopened in 2002 after extensive renovations, on the former site of the concentration camp, an educational museum is to be found as well as a prisoner’s barrack, three watch towers, the original fencing and cell 115 where the infamous bunker tragedy took place. The execution site near the camp is now a national monument with a wall bearing the names of all those who died here.