Gorlice Gestapo HQ

In early 1941, Gestapo set up a local office in Gorlice, south-eastern Poland. The office was called Nebenstelle Gorlice and was a branch of Gestapo in Jaslo. No fewer than 2,700 people were taken to the office where they were interrogated, often under torture or ill-treatment, to force out confessions and concessions. About 300 died while the majority were sent to other prisons and camps.

Current status: Preserved with memorial tablet (2019).

Location: 49°39'29.17"N 21°09'35.63"E

Get there: Car.

My comment:

In 2019 there was a pharmacy in the house and possibly some apartments.

Follow up in books: Höhne, Heinz: The Order of the Death’s Head: The story of Hitler’s SS (1969).