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Jewish Cemetery

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Jewish Cemetery

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ul. Abrama Cytryna ul. Zmienna, Lodz Poland
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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
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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
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A must for history buffs, quite and tranquil, A history of polish life, and death. for those who like history
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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
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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.
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