Jewish Community Centre & Synagogue

  ul. Pomorska 18      (+48) 42 633 51 56     more than a year ago
Open for prayer and religious services plus a number of other services provided. The Jewish Information Office on site can help you find information about your Jewish roots in Łódź, how to find a family grave, or how to contact the rabbi, find out about times for Shabbat prayers and meals, or simply find about events being organised by the Jewish community in the city, which all are welcome to attend.


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Open 09:00-15:00. Closed Sat.


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Łódź IYP Editor

Hi Fabian, The Jewish Community Centre is your best bet (they are quite helpful). BIUROGMINA@KEHILALODZ.COM http://kehilalodz.com/kontakt/
Fabian Natanowicz
Mexico City
Urgently need birth certicates of my grand father and of my father as well who were Lodz citizens before WWII, do you know where could I obtain them?, Thanks in advance, Fabian Natanowicz
Harry Stoke

IditTry this link to the Radomsko City main web site. Its in Polish as well as English and I am sure if you contact them they can advise you further. Good luck with your important search.radomsko.pl/index_en.php
Idit Shahal

My name is Idit Shahal (Szytenberg or shitenberg) I was born and living in Israel.I am the daughter of Moshe-Ytschak Szytenberg who was born in Radomsko in 1907 and died in Israel in 2006.The names of my father's parents were Yechiel Shlomo and Bela Ita. The name of Yechiel Shlomo parents were: Frimet (Najman)and Chaim Majer Naftali Szytenberg. They got married in 1884.The family lived in 29 Kaliska street to day the name is Remonta stree in Radomsko.I am planing to visit Radomsko on Monday the 29th of April this year and I wonder if you can help me with the folowing:1. Do you know of a tourist guide that lives in Radomsko or near by,that speaks English?2. Where can I find the exact location of Friment Szitenberg grave who died in 1926 and her daughter Hana Rachel who died in 1925.I am enclosing a photo of the two tombs.3.Where can I find to whom the building in 29 Kaliska street used to belong until September 1939?Thank you very much for your help.Idit Shahal
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