Lots of other places to see, it's in the middle of residential buildings. Around 20 meters of wall with not much else to see and nothing too close to it.
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The plaza has both this monument and also an interesting photo exhibit on the March of the Living. By itself this memorial is not that informative or interesting.
Last month my husband and I visited The Jewish Ghetto Memorial with a small group. It was a very moving experience and reinforces one's understanding of how the Jewish people suffered in Poland.
Jan Karski is the man who tried to stop the Holocaust (1914 - 2000). It's hard to fathom, not being a history buff but feeling very somber as we learn about the Jewish history here in Warsaw. Warsaw the city that has risen out of...More
The monument that honors the heroes of the Jewish Ghetto Uprising was powerful and stirring. It is located just outside of the New Jewish Museum and was a wonderful prelude to our visit to that museum.
A must visit spot to look and think about the cruelty of so called "Humans" whom decided they are superior and to eliminate the Jews across all Europe. I was standing there with my wife and children and thought that at the end - we...More
to view this striking monument. It is a somber place especially for those of the Jewish faith. Make sure you check out of the engraving on the back side.