The museum stands as a memorial for the million Jewish people who lost their lives at the Nazi concentration camp, but many tourists are opting to take Insta-worthy photos while there.
Auschwitz Memorial has told people not to take photos of themselves balancing on the railway track at the former Nazi death camp. "Respect their memory", the message read.
"There are better places" to work on one's balance, it said, "than the site which symbolizes deportation of hundreds of thousands to their deaths".
"Remember you are at the site where over one million people were killed".
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During World War II, trains were often used to transport prisoners to the Polish camp, which has since been turned into a museum and memorial that hosts millions of visitors each year.
The museum describes the camp as a symbol of "terror, genocide" created by the Nazis in mid-1940.
The tweet has been liked more than 11,500 times.
"Imagine having such little respect for the millions of people murdered during the Holocaust that you think this is appropriate", one Instagram user wrote in response. I will make sure I am aware of your photography policy.
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But others defended taking photos.
Looking at Auschwitz's Instagram, it doesn't take long to see the many differences between the photos people were taking on the tracks versus the ones featured there.
"Different people deal with uncomfortable emotions in different ways-such as laughing at a funeral", one woman tweeted. You do not have to be solemn and stern all the time.
Dave Collins added: "I've visited twice now and on both occasions people were taking numerous selfies and smiling?! Yet, there are some things which are simply disrespectful".
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