Jewish warsaw

The history of Jewish community in Warsaw dates back more than a thousand years. Before the Nazi occupation of Poland, the Jewish community of Warsaw was one of the largest in the world - the only city that had a larger Jewish community was New York.

During the Nazi occupation of Poland, the nightmare of holocaust that ended most of this life. However, Jewish communities start to bloossom again.

We are going to visit:

Former area of Warsaw Ghetto, Ghetto Heroes Monument, Umschlagplatz, building of Museum of the History of Polish Jews.

Duration about 2 hours.

Our FREE walking TOURs are designed for individual travelers and small groups of up to 7 participants.

April - October 2017: everyday at 2:00 PM.

Meeting point
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How to find me: Zygmunt’s Column on the Castle Square.
Departure time: 02:00 PM
Dates:
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Sunday
Language:
English
Spanish
Italian
French
German
Dutch
Chinese (Mandarin)

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Dana

6 days ago

5/5 - Excellent!



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