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Alte Szil Synagogue
Alte Szil operated as the main synagogue for Łódź's Jewish Community beginning with its opening 1871. It was located on ul....
Described by Oskar Singer as the "heart and brains of the ghetto,” Bałucki Rynek was where all the principle offices of the ghetto...
Church of the Assumption of Our Blessed MarySt. Mary’s Parish Church
ul. Kościelna 8/10
Completed in 1897 this red brick neo-gothic masterpiece saw its fair share of hard times during the ghetto years. In 1942 it was used as a warehouse...
The Decalogue Monument is appropriately placed in Staromiejski Park at the point where two former synagogues were located: Alte Szil and Old...
ul. Wojska Polskiego 84
As bad as conditions were elsewhere in the ghetto it’s commonly accepted that no one had it worse than the gypsies. In early November some...
ul. Krajowa 15
Helenowek is the orphanage where Rumkowski served as director prior to the war. In the immediate aftermath it was used to house child...
ul. Bracka/ul. Zmienna
The largest Jewish cemetery in Europe holds 180,000 graves, with many laid to rest inside ostentatious tombs that are works of art themselves...
Jewish Community Centre
ul. Pomorska 18
By this time you’re going to be caked in sweat, dirt and dust from all your historical exploring, but do persist....
Old Jewish Cemetery
ul. Rybna 11
From there follow ul. Zachodnia southwards, admiring the Stalinera monstrosities that were hastily built on top of the...
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