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.
By Karen Gardiner , AFAR Local Expert
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