Galicia Jewish Museum
Dating back to the end of the 15th century, the aptly named Old Synagogue is in fact the oldest Jewish house of worship in the country....
At the southern end of ul Szeroka is this museum within the fine Old Synagogue , which dates back to the end of the 15th century. It’s...
This place of worship was built around 1560, and is the third-oldest synagogue after the Old and the Remuh Synagogues. It contains a...
Unlike most of the other Jewish-themed places in Kazimierz, this one aims to entertain and educate. Named after a traditional Hebrew...
One of a number of Jewish restaurants in and around ul Szeroka, this atmospheric joint is packed with old-fashioned timber furniture and...
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Galicia Jewish Museum information
This museum both commemorates Jewish victims of the Holocaust and celebrates the Jewish culture and history of the former Austro-Hungarian region of Galicia. It features an impressive photographic exhibition depicting modern-day remnants of southeastern Poland’s once thriving Jewish community called ‘Traces of Memory’, along with video testimony of survivors and regular temporary exhibits.