Jewish Heritage

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8 Tours in Jewish Heritage

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We invite you to explore the lost city. In 1939, were 360.000 Jews here... now a Jewish community has less 500 people. We will visit the most important places starting from the Synagogue and the Jewish cemetery to the ghetto wall and Umschlagplatz monument.

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Tykocin is a small town situated on the bank of the river Narew. Before war population there was close to 4,000 persons, of which 2,000 were Jews. The city was famous for its great scholars - experts in the Torah, as well as the great merchants and entrepreneurs.

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On this trip we will see the world that no longer exists. Small Jewish, sleepy town with a beautiful Synagogue - the second largest in Poland. It is preserved and restored like yesterday would be there prayers. At the end we will visit place of the Holocaust - the Treblinka death camp (second after Auschwitz in terms of killed people).

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Lublin is located on the border of Eastern and Western cultures on the ancient trade route. From the early Middle Ages, lived here Jews, Russians and others.

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Łódź - it is the third largest city in Poland. Its multicultural history in the nineteenth century created Poles, Jews, Germans and Russians. Thus, today we can admire more than 200 palaces, marvel at the Orthodox churches, watch the magnificent churches of the Evangelical-Lutheran and Catholic, or discover Jewish heritage.

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We invite you to visit the two most important places in Poland. The medieval capital of Poland - Kraków, and the largest extermination camp Auschwitz-Birkenau.

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Discover the most beautiful and the most important places of the eastern Poland. Royal Castle in Lublin.To this day, there is preserved residential-defensive tower from the thirteenth century and Byzantine-Russian frescoes from the fifteenth century in the Gothic church. And also Kazimierz Dolny with 3.000 inhabitants and 3.000 visitors each day.

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Three places. Jedwabne - where Polish neighbors in a rural barn burned more than three hundred of their Jewish neighbors. Tykocin - where in the pogrom made by the Germans were killed by Poles and Germans over two thousand Jews. Treblinka - where in the chambers died more than 800,000 Jews killed by the Ukrainian and German soldiers.

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