Auschwitz faces uncertain future

Former Nazi death camp requires around $5 million a year to maintain.

    Auschwitz, one of the most notorious Nazi concentration camps, is suffering the effects of deterioration.

    Built hastily by camp prisoners in World War Two, the buildings at Auschwitz were never meant to last for decades and require millions to maintain.

    Al Jazeera's Matthew Collin reports on why the effort to preserve Auschwitz matters.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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