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Address: ul. Abrama Cytryna | ul. Zmienna, Lodz, Poland
Phone Number: +48 42 656 70 19
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Huge and unique cemetery

Second Jewish Community in Poland before the Second World War, huge cemetery with unique sites like the purification building -"Beith Toharah". Huge mausoleum of Israel Posnanski... read more

4 of 5 starsReviewed October 12, 2015
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Jerusalem, Israel
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4 of 5 stars Reviewed October 12, 2015

Second Jewish Community in Poland before the Second World War, huge cemetery with unique sites like the purification building -"Beith Toharah". Huge mausoleum of Israel Posnanski and his family, a good example of the so called "Manchester of Poland".

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2 of 5 stars Reviewed September 25, 2015

Unfortunately, we went on the spur of the moment, and our navigation brought us to the front gates, which are locked. The map on the board is only in Polish. There is a small sign, once you walk 100 meters up to the gates, that the entrance is on the side, but no directions on how to get there. You... More 

2 Thank Heather S
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed September 15, 2015

We set to walk to the cemetery from the Grand Hotel on Piotrkowska Street. Don't ever attempt to do that - it's way too far. After about an hour and a half of walking in scorching heat we arrived at the cemetery but could not locate the entrance. After additional 20 to 30 min. of searching (it occurred to me... More 

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4 of 5 stars Reviewed September 6, 2015

We decided to walk to the cemetery from our hotel in the Manufaktura mall area . Mistakenly, we thought it would only be a couple of miles, but ended at least double that amount in distance each way. In addition to the temperature in the mid 90's, and unable to read/speak Polish, it was a bit of a challenge. It... More 

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Derby, United Kingdom
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4 of 5 stars Reviewed September 5, 2015

A very moving experience visiting one of the largest Jewish cemeteries in Poland. Lodz was the 2nd largest ghetto in Poland and the last to be "liquidated". The ghetto field tells it's own story and some of the memorial plaques from families remembering lost relatives are very poignant. Tram number 6 opposite Manufactura (20 minutes) and a short walk (10... More 

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5 of 5 stars Reviewed August 15, 2015

Went to the cemetery with a guide It was both interesting and sad Many of the graves are not in good condition We saw the moselium of some of the industrials Our guide told us that soldiers from Israel come once a month to help clean it,up

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5 of 5 stars Reviewed August 15, 2015

One of the most fascinating places, moving between the old tombs you go back in time and feel part of Jewish history, and especially the tragedy that befell the Jewish people during World War II .

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Chrudim, Czech Republic
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed August 1, 2015

impressive and sad, one of the biggest jewish cementary in Europe, not very good managed, reconstruction needed, but impression is very intensive anyhow. Not so easy to find entrance (main gate is closed, entrance is from side street by small doors.

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Kokhav Yair
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed July 25, 2015

This enormous cemetery is over 450 years old. It contains 230,000 graves, same as the number of Jews that lived in Lodz prior to WW2, most of whom were killed by the Nazis but were not burted here.

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Stavanger, Norway
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed July 14, 2015

A small door in the cemetery wall is the entrance point to an experience like nothing else. This almost 40 HA big area has been a cemetery for the large jewish population of. Lodz for hundreds of years. Pre war almost 200000 jews lived in the city but only some 800 survived the war. 40000 is buried here. Nobody was... More 

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