The Jourhaus Gate building, the main entrance into camp.
The main grounds of the compound. The outlines shown below are the foundations of the prisoner barracks.
The new crematorium, built in 1943. The original crematorium contained a two-chamber oven, which was not large enough to accommodate the deaths that were occurring through disease, starvation, and executions.
Three of the six chambers inside the new crematorium.
Although Dachau never served as an extermination camp, the crematorium did contain a gas chamber. It is believed this chamber may have been used to experiment on a limited number of prisoners.
Next and final stop: Nuremburg.