Płaszów is a suburb of Kraków, Poland, now part of Podgórze district. Formerly a separate village; it became a part of the Greater Kraków in 1911 under the Austrian Partition of Poland as the 21st cadastral district of the city. During World War II it was the location of Kraków-Płaszów concentration camp for Jews deported from the Kraków Ghetto as well as other prisoners from across occupied Poland.[1]

Kraków-Płaszów train station along the PKP rail line 112

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  1. ^ Plaszow Concentration Camp hosted by Krakow-Poland.com retrieved from the Internet Archive, 16 November 2013.
  • Atlas Miasta Krakowa (collective work of Institute of Geography of the Jagiellonian University), Polskie Przedsiębiorstwo Wydawnictw Kartograficznych, 1988, ISBN 83-7000-067-3.

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