Tourist Attraction

Taking the trip to Dachau shouldn't be something one is excited for. Now don't get me wrong, people should be eager to go and they should make a trip. My experience in Dachau though was not an enjoyable one but a necessary one. Now with the advent of social media though, sites like this are now becoming "attractive" in the worst way. I was caught off guard by the amount of picture taking and selfies that went on through all aspects of the tour.
This is of course my outside perspective, but visitors seemed more interested in getting the perfect shot than taking a moment to realize their surroundings. People on the site often walk lens first, and experience the museum through their camera's filter. Has society now become more desensitized to the horrors of humanity? Which has become more important, the experience or the evidence of the experience?


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