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Jewish Cemetery (Cmentarz żydowski)

Okopowa 49/51, 01-043 Warszawa, Poland
+48 22 838 26 22
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The Jewish Cemetery Warsaw  Poland
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Jewish Cemetery in Warsaw Warsaw  Poland
The Jewish Cemetery Warsaw  Poland
the photos of children Warsaw  Poland

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Sun 9am - 4pm
Mon - Thur 10am - 5pm
Fri 9am - 1pm

The Jewish Cemetery

The Jewish cemetery in central Warsaw is one of the biggest in Europe and dates from 1806. The cemetery is filled with moving monuments to various figures including Janusz Korczak, an orphanage director who refused his freedom and remained with the children of the orphanage when they were sent to Treblinka.

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Jewish Cemetery in Warsaw

Holocaust reminders are everywhere. The Poles anti-Semitism being renown, they now are on a mission to rehabilitate the country and preserve the sites associated with the Holocaust and the discrimination against the Jews as a reminder for those who would forget the past. This is a cemetery with graves from before the war along with memorials to those exterminated and also to a Polish doctor who saved Jewish children but sacrificed himself in the process- extremely heart wrenching but worth visiting so we do not forget our past.
over 4 years ago

the photos of children

Who died in the Holocaust. Holocaust reminders are everywhere. The Poles anti-Semitism being renown, they now are on a mission to rehabilitate the country and preserve the sites associated with the Holocaust and the discrimination against the Jews as a reminder for those who would forget the past.