In this place you can learn about the history of warsaw ghetto the dynamic witb the jews and how every thing started .
About Warsaw Ghetto
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For those visiting the Nozik family synagogue - not far from the synagogue is a complex of buildings, between the streets of Prozna, Zielna and Grzybowska. There is a remnant of the Jewish ghetto - a number of empty old buildings. When you enter the...More
The scars of the War are still visible all over the city, and Warsaw does not try to hide these scars as it has tried to hide others. It serves as a powerful memorial to the past, as the ghetto is referenced at various locations.
Numerous remembrances are present so that the atrocious events of the holocaust will never be forgotten. We walked the Path of Remembrance, between the Monument to the Ghetto Heroes and Umschlagplatz, which has sixteen granite blocks in memory of the hundreds of thousands of Jews...More
There are not many traces of the Warsaw Ghetto remaining but this wall is really all that needs to be seen just as a reminder of the atrocities committed in this area during WW 2. From 1940 onwards there were over 400.000 people crammed into...More
This is good to see in person to first hand see the bullet holes in the walls and the feel overall of the place as you walk around and think of what it must have been like. I recommend whether or not you are religious...More
There's hardly anything left to see here, I'm afraid. And what's left is hard to find and is currently being refurbished.
Very difficult to find this little wall in a residential area!. Whit a map in my hand and asking several people we met on the street it was not easy......
There is not much left to see of the Warsaw Ghetto as the majority of it was levelled and as Warsaw is a changing city with new developments being created and historial districts slowly disappearing there is hardly any evidence of the ghetto's existence. There...More
There are a few places around Warsaw where you can see portions of the Ghetto wall. Some are tucked away and some are hidden in plain sight. There are also a number of sections on the street/sidewalk where they show where the wall used to...More