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When in Krakow go to the Under the Eagle Pharmacy, the Chairs Monument in the Square in front of the pharmacy and finish with a walk over to the Ghetto Wall Fragment. On a cold Saturday morning I visited all three . Finding the first...More
We had to use maps to find it. There was no one in sight, so we could stand and admire it. It's another sad part of the city, but one that allows people to reflect. I think it should have something to indicate, because you...More
This is all that is left of the wall that surrounded the Jews in the Ghetto in Krakow. It is not marked or signed and you could so easily walk past it and not know.
I feel it is important and should be recognised as...More
We used google maps to find out way to the ghetto wall, we decided to stop off at the fragment at Lwowska road. If you don’t look you will probably miss it. Only some people here so wasn’t busy at all.
Very emotional when stood...More
Went for a visit while at Ghetto heroes square, it’s only around 5 minute walk from there, it’s quite hard to find and you could easily walk past it if you didn’t know what you were looking for. A single plaque and some flowers are...More
Came to see the old Jewish district and the ghetto wall today. Not much is left but it is a big statement still with what is there! Has such an emotional atmosphere and serves as a stark reminder what can happen when the world has...More
It was to segregate the Jews from the rest of the world. It was pure intimidation as the walls were built as tombstones. I found this on Google maps as my Jewish Quarter tour didn't include the ghetto wall. This is a historical monument that...More