Ghetto Wall Fragment


A section of the original brick wall of the Jewish ghetto has been preserved in this courtyard, where you'll also find a commemorative plaque.

You'll notice many spots like this around central Warsaw that mark out the former borders of the Jewish Ghetto.

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