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Well maintained and described trail highlighting Jewish heritage within the city. Good to see that City’s rich Jewish heritage is well preserved. Very good activity not only for those into history or culture.
A short walk away from the Tarnow Rynek and place of quiet and stillness. Only remains the Bimah of the original synagogue. Very sad to see that it was completely destroyed in WWII. However at least one must visit this place and feel the enormity...More
This is one of the first areas that the Jewish people were corralled and taken to the concentration camps. It is quite a historic spot and reminder of the devastation caused during wars. Very humbling experience.
Jewish Trail includes some places, which has been very important for the Jews in Tarnów, a city in the south part of Poland. We visited two places: the Old Synagogue, which is near Market Square and it was destroyed by Nazis in the 2nd WW;...More
We came here to find the house where my grandmother was hidden in during the 2nd WW and ended up doing most of the Jewish trail as part of our search.
There are several beautiful yet sad sites.
The local council has also done a...More
Atmospheric and genuine - not tweaked for tourists. You need to read up beforehand if you are walking this without a guide as not much signage on route. Fascinating history. Old town great for strolling. Some nice bars and restaurants tucked away.