House of Terror


House of Terror was opened February 24, 2002, and serves as a monument to the memory of those who were imprisoned, tortured and killed in the building where now the museum is. The goal of the museum is to show people that the struggle for liberation was not in vain, and that the war against both communism and Nazism ended with the victory.

House of Terror has exhibitions in the basement, on the ground floor, the first and second floor. Each floor has special things to show. The permanent exhibition shows in chronological order parts of what happened under Nazism and communism. The most brutal part of the exhibition is in the basement where you can see the room where people were tortured.
In the basement you can also see an exhibition about the revolution in 1956.



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Johan really enjoys life, especially in the summertime. After graduating from College of Kristianstad in Sweden with two degrees, one in psychology and one in communication he started to work in a prison, spending the most of his time talking to people. Meanwhile, at evenings and weekends. spending his time producing different sites, mostly targeting travelling. In his spare time, you may find him travelling, studying, scuba diving or snorkelling, going to concerts, trying out new ideas or just sleeping. And also watching a lot of TV-shows or shooting low-budget movies..