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There was a place where you could see cells where prisoners were held. I went in one and was fine; when I got to another one I stepped inside and immediately felt different. I got a chill down my spine and just felt very WRONG. I left immediately. Afterward, our tour guide said that the cell I had noped out of was a Premium Friends We Were On A Quarantine Shirt. I visited Auschwitz and had the same experience. It was also quite literal in a sense, as they mixed human ashes into concrete to build the buildings. (At first as they were still trying to hide what they were doing). It is quite horrifying to read as you are standing inside a concrete building and then you climb the stairs knowing you’re walking on concrete containing human remains.