Viktor Frankl Museum
Updated: May 17, 2020
Viktor Emil Frankl was a Jewish-Austrian Psychiatrist and neurologic, who founded the Logotherapy. He published 32 books, among them the most famous "The Man's Seeking for Meaning" that describes his experience as a prisoner in Nazi concentration camps, including Auschwitz-Birkenau, and emphasizes the central importance of finding a destination in life to overcome trauma.
The small museum that is located in his house focuses on Frankl's method of treatment and tries to give simple examples of the theory and its rationale. I found it very interesting, and I indeed recommended it for travelers who have the patience to read and learn.
It's not allowed to take photos inside, so I only took a picture of the building.