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Our city tours offers innovative and meticulously planned itineraries in Poland cities, held by first-rate licensed local tourist guides with Historical, Artistic and Literary University background, and great communicative skills and in your language.
Our privately guided tours are unequally comprehensive, and are conceived and planned to learn not only about the major monuments of the world’s most beautiful city, but to disclose Poland lesser-known treasures, sometime accessible only by special arrangements.
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Warsaw, the capital of Poland, once had a Jewish population equivalent to the number of Jews living in all of France. It was the only city that rivaled New York’s Jewish population. The city’s Jewish population was decimated during the Holocaust. Today only fragments remain.
- Jewish cemetery in Warsaw is located on Quarter Okopowa Vella, and is one of the largest Jewish cemetery in the world, and one of the last active Jewish cemeteries in Poland.The area of the cemetery, established in 1806, is about 330 acres and 200,000 graves scattered in the plot belong to Orthodox, Conservative share, Department of Pediatrics, partly military and a mass grave of victims of the Warsaw Ghetto.During World War II cemetery continued to operate without interruption, but the Nazis and video that all documents and records that documented the activities of the burial at the cemetery will be destroyed completely.Cemetery is a mass grave of many Jews murdered by the Nazis, or who died from disease broke out in due to poor living conditions, were the fate of the Jews in the ghetto.The number of dead was in so much, their bodies were streets and burial society had no choice but to bury them in one grave without ceremony or personal names of the deceased.Also buried in the cemetery prominent figures in the history of Poland, the city and the Jewish community, including, writers Abraham Shalom Friedberg, h. Ansky and YL Peretz, and head of the Judenrat Czerniakow. Similarly, near the entrance to the cemetery you can see the monument to the memory of Janusz Korczak, a doctor and educator, admired, who was murdered in the extermination camp of Treblinka.
- Warsaw forwarding station Aumslgfltz in German: Umschlagplatz, “delivery Square” is the nickname of the northern boundary square of the Warsaw Ghetto, which connected the ghetto and the Polish part of the city until the end of World War II. With the beginning of the transfer of Jews from the ghetto to the Treblinka extermination camp on the eastern border of Poland on July 22, 1942, the Nazis decided to use the square as a place where Jews will be concentrated before loading them, 100 to 120 a car, on trains that will lead them to the death camp. About 7,000 Jews were transferred every day until the end of the transfer Seven weeks later, on September 12, 1942. Total were 265 thousand Jews. between sent from Station Korczak were top students in the orphanage. In 1988 established a monument resembles an open boxcar. The monument registered several hundred residents of the Warsaw Ghetto. The place is now a memorial site. Transports Square in Warsaw, is H”aumslagflatz “becomes a symbol transports everyone
- Mordechai Anielewicz’s bunker The monument in memory of Mordechai Anielewicz placed at the corner of Dubois Dubois and word Mila bunker not far from the central monument word 18. Mordechai Anielewicz 1919-1943 Commander of the Warsaw ghetto uprising. Born in the town and Wyszkow, Poland, was born to parents Abraham and Tzirel, increased Bfovislh, working-class neighborhood of the city of Warsaw. Went to Czestochowa to organize the movement of rebellion, returned to Warsaw and one of the founders of the Jewish Fighting Organization in the Warsaw ghetto Jewish Fighting Organization in October 1942 and was elected to head the organization. Mordechai Anielewicz fell in the final battle of the revolt on May 8, when the fall of the central bunker at Mila Street 18, who was commander of the Jewish Fighting Organization in the Warsaw ghetto ZOB.Anielewicz and his men committed suicide because they preferred not to fall into the hands of the Nazis. After the liberation of Poland, the new government gave him a high military medal.
- Memorial Rapoport and Jewish history Museum Ghetto Heroes Monument in Warsaw ghetto in central park between Zamenhoff Ludwika Zamenhofa , Mordechai Anielewicz Mordechaja Anielewicza , Karmelicka Karmelicka and Lewartowski Jozefa Lewartowskiego . Park Mrotzfthukmo few monuments, ghetto heroes monument located near Street Zamenhofa .The monument shows the contrast between the heroic and going like sheep to the slaughter. On one side of the monument from the garden are soldiers heroes, heroic figures, like powerful gods, and on the other side, by Zamenhof Street Zamenhofa relief dedicated to Holocaust victims with a group of religious Jews going to head down to the death. Sefer Torah, children, mother and helmets background of German armed forces.Can be seen at Yad Vashem “in the Warsaw Ghetto Square in Jerusalem a copy of the monument.Memorial Rapaport Monument heroes of the ghetto Pomnik Bohaterow Getta built by Natan Rappaport assisted architect Suzin in 1948 on the fifth anniversary of the Warsaw Ghetto memorial fighters of the Warsaw Ghetto. onto the monument sculpted men, women and children who yearn for freedom and liberation in the ghetto in flames and the Jews sent destruction. alongside Andre is, in 1970, went down the then West German chancellor, Willy Brandt, in memory of the victims. Natan Rappaport (1911 – 1983) – sculptor, painter and photographer Jews. Born in Warsaw, Poland that his entire family perished in the Holocaust and the important and familiar works deal commemorating the victims and fighters there
- Janusz Korczak The orphanage building is on Iktrovsh original orphanage Korczak and is close to the border it was the Warsaw Ghetto during the war. Since the orphanage has two locations until he reached the final place in the ghetto, and there were children and raised their heads to the road did not return. Yard of the orphanage has many other monuments, one Stefa which help many Korczak served as manager of the household. Stefa tied the fate of Krtz’k and orphans with fate and took them also to her death
- Nozick Synagogue is the only synagogue operated in the period before World War II, survived the Holocaust and active today. The Jewish community began to turn the synagogue in 1902 through the generous contributions of Silman and Rebecca Nozyk, who purchased the building for this purpose, and financed the construction lasted for four long years. With its establishment, the synagogue is considered unique because, facing the street, and since it is not hidden internal structure, such as synagogues were built in the city by then. At the beginning of World War II the synagogue was in “small ghetto”, and the end of 1941 even allowed the Nazis to the Jewish community pray. After reducing the area of the ghetto, the synagogue was outside the ghetto and became stable and warehouses.During the suppression of the Warsaw ghetto the Nazis became the target synagogue, which allowed them to demonstrate their control of the Jews, and Poles uprising erupted in 1944 the synagogue was damaged even more, but it was renovated and restoration and reopened for public worship
- Ghetto wall – St Zlota. The only remnant of the ghetto wall is in the inner courtyard of the building, between Siena (Sienna) No. 55-59 and Zlota (Zlota) No. 62, near the central train station in Warsaw. Since the gate was locked Siena building on a permanent casual, the only entrance to the place – which is an attraction for tourists from all over the world – is building on Zlota. Yard are three parts of the ghetto wall – two of them are about 10 meters and the third a length of about 17 meters. Since this is, as stated, the sole survivor of the ghetto wall, Warsaw authorities decided to restore the ghetto area in another way: by 21 goals ghetto streets were part of special plates installed, mark the tragic compound. Part of the plaque attached maps and photographs
- The house in Chlodna. Chlodna Street No. 20 is where they lived rich and important among them ghetto Judenrat chairman Adam Czerniakow. Building is opposite the Church of the converted and the only one not destroyed by the Germans, and here you can see a typical Jewish home from the past.
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