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Fragment of Ghetto Wall

ul. Zlota 60, Warsaw 00-821, Poland
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ul. Zlota 60, Warsaw 00-821, Poland
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Reviewed April 26, 2017 via mobile

The wall fragment is situated between sienna and zlota street and can not be visible from the main street. You have to walk between the buildings and find it. There are no clear since to show you the way towards it, but it is not...More

Thank Miru P
Reviewed April 25, 2017 via mobile

Although at first glance this brick wall looks like a badly maintained brick wall the history behind it is sinister . This is a fragment of the brick partition wall that was the Warsaw Ghetto. To just think about the suffering that occurred within this...More

Thank Neil K
Reviewed April 20, 2017 via mobile

While the piece of the wall is small it is worth seeing. It is just outside a housing block and we had it to ourself to look at.

Thank Charlie G
Reviewed April 18, 2017

This really is more than just some old wall and if you visit it which I recommend you can absorb some of the history which you can literally "feel" here in person.

Thank KweqSmanit
Reviewed April 7, 2017

the last part of the ghetto wall is hard to find; you have to enter through an iron gate into a private housing area. Therefore you are mostly alone (unless there are whole school classes). The wall itself or the nearby corner of the ghetto...More

Thank Franziska C
Reviewed March 25, 2017

Very small fragment of wall that served as divider between building in Sienna street -- the southernmost border of the Ghetto and once a very upscale jewish neighborhood. Once there don't miss the building across at Sienna 60 as well as walking in the surrounding...More

Thank iqq
Reviewed March 24, 2017

These bricks store enormous suffering of thousands. They witnessed a tragic chapter in human history and are there to serve as a mirror to mankind's soul.

1  Thank isaac h
Reviewed March 24, 2017

We had real trouble finding this! The number listed on the address is an apartment building from the street. We walked up and down the street twice before realising that you have to go through the carpark at the beginning of the street to find...More

2  Thank HolidayKat_86
Reviewed March 24, 2017 via mobile

It was very moving to see a fragment of the ghetto wall. You can hardly believe you are standing there, where such horrible atrocities took place. I think every visitor to Warsaw should take a moment to go and see the wall with their own...More

Thank Queencitas
Reviewed March 16, 2017

In a courtyards between Sienna and Zlota Streets. It is an incredible part of World History that should be remembered and we don't always get to see a real piece of history. There are only 2 pieces of this wall remaining and for all the...More

Thank EfiWarsh
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