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Holiday Destination: Dachau

Dachau is a town in Upper Bavaria, in the southern part of Germany. It is a major district town a Grosse Kreisstadt of the administrative region of Upper Bavaria, about 20 km north west of Munich. It is now a popular residential area for people working in Munich with roughly 40,000 inhabitants. The historic centre of town with its 18th century castle is situated on an elevation and visible over a great distance. Some theories assume the name Amper river may derive from the Celtic word for water. Approximately at the turn of the first millennium the Romans conquered the area and incorporated it into the province of Rhaetia. Dachau was founded in the 8th century. It was home to many artists during the late 19th and early 20th century well known author and editor Ludwig Thoma lived here for two years. The town is also known for its proximity to the infamous Dachau concentration camp built in 1933 by the Nazis, in which tens of thousands of prisoners were murdered.


Summer 20 °C (68 °F), Winter 0 °C (32 °F)

Tourist Season

March to June Months are best for tourism.



General Information Of Dachau

  • Land Area: 13.46 sq mi (34.85 km2)
  • Population: 43 Thousand.
  • Capital City: Dachau.
  • Language: German and English.

Tourist Attraction in or Near by Dachau

Administration Building

The Larkin Building was designed in 1904 by Frank Lloyd Wright and built in 1906 for the Larkin Soap Company of Buffalo, New York. The five story dark red brick building used pink tinted mortar and utilized steel frame construction. It was noted for many innovations, including air conditioning, stained glass windows, built in desk furniture, and suspended toilet bowls. Though this was an office building, it still caught the essence of Frank Lloyd Wright's type of architecture. Sculptor Richard Bock provided ornamentation for the building.

The Avenue Matsoua

The most famous place in Brazzaville is the Avenue Matsoua. Carrying the name of one of the imperialist Congolese Andre Grenard Matsoua. He was the first small airport in the last years before the independence of Congo. Located in the arrondissement 2 Bacongo, the Avenue Matsoua is the place of demonstration of the Sapers. The place became famous in 1960, when the first Congolese students came back from Paris with beautiful clothes like CASAKA, MPOUYOUNGOU, CLOCHARD,etc. Several movements of Sapologie the science which studies Sap and plays by Sapelogue takes place. The avenue in which several conflicts of beautiful sapers are traited by demonstrating the good clothes, and the secret of the three Colours of Sap. On his own, it shelters the Bar BABA BOUM, the Cinema Rio and the others. Many of Congolese living in Europe specially in France come to celebrate and to defeat others Sapers.

The crematorium

Cremation is the use of high temperature burning, vaporization, and oxidation to reduce dead animal bodies, including human ones, to basic chemical compounds, such as gases and mineral fragments retaining the appearance of dry bone. Cremation may serve as a funeral or post funeral rite that is an alternative to the interment of an intact body in a casket. Cremated remains, which do not constitute a health risk, may be buried or interred in memorial sites or cemeteries, or they may be legally retained by relatives and dispersed in various ways. Cremation is not an alternative to a funeral, but rather an alternative to burial or other forms of disposal.

Gas Chamber

A gas chamber is an apparatus for killing humans or animals with gas, consisting of a sealed chamber into which a poisonous or asphyxiant gas is introduced. The most commonly used poisonous agent is hydrogen cyanide; carbon dioxide and carbon monoxide have also been used. Gas chambers were used as a method of execution for condemned prisoners in the United States beginning in the 1920s. During the Holocaust, large scale gas chambers designed for mass killing were used by Nazi Germany as part of their genocide program, and also by the Independent State of Croatia at the Jasenovac concentration camp. The use of gas chambers has also been reported in North Korea.


Bus Terminal

KZ-Gedenkstätte Dachau

Alte Römerstraße 75
Dachau, Germany

Dachau Bus Station

Dachau, Germany

Railway Stations

Dachau Train Station

Dachau, Germany

Hauptbahnhof München

Bayerstraße 10a
Munich, Germany

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