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Auschwitz (with children) Question

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We are planning to visit Auschwitz with our 11 and 15 year-old children during our spring 2012 holiday to Krakow. Our 11 year old has a mature understanding of the Holocaust for her age, has read age-appropriate stories, and has toured the Anne Frank house. We've explored Daniel's Story at the Holocaust Museum in DC, as well. On this trip we are not planning to tour the museum on the grounds with her, so my question is whether touring only the grounds will be appropriate? I know ultimately this is a "you know your child best" question, but if anyone has taken their children and can comment I would be appreciative.

Thanks.

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