The Liban Quarry in Krakow, Poland has a long and fascinating history. First opened in 1873, it was later used as a concentration camp during WW2. After its closure, it was the setting for the 1993 film Schindler’s List. Photo by Jakub Hałun.

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I was there three summers ago and was able to walk around freely. I was able to walk in the quarry along the road that the film crew recreated (it’s was almost completely overgrown so we couldn’t see much), along the cliff in the picture, and where the picture was taken from. Either I was trespassing or you can just walk in.

I walked to it from the mound along the back side of a cemetery.

I have a lot of photos and can upload them if anyone is interest.

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