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Interesting place with tragic history. Worth to see where you are in Lodz. Close to Łagiewniki and city center. Good to read something about Jews in Lodz before visiting
At this largest Jewish cemetery in Europe (160,000) tombstones), its entrance is deceptive. It is not where the double gate is, but rather to a single gate to the right several hundred feet along the side wall. Luckily, we were guided by our friend who in Lodz and he knew…
A must for history buffs, quite and tranquil, A history of polish life, and death. for those who like history
Difficult to locate the entrance, we walked all along the walls (estimation of 3.5 km) to get in front a locked gate. A Polish group arrived, they called the main office. This was the gate for the coaches. In reality the entrance is about 300 m from the tram stops. We…
There is something amazing about this place. You can wonder and reflect on the history for hours. Absolutely stunning place of people with a very different culture of respecting those who passed away. Biggest Jewish cemetery in Europe.