In Hebrew, a cemetery is called a “House of Eternity”. The Jewish cementary in Warsaw Okopowa Street was established in 1806 on the initiative of the Jewish community. It is one of the largest Jewish cementaries in Europe and still in use. There are 85,000 artistic gravestones in different shapes and forms, with inscriptions inContinue reading “Unique Place of Jewish Heritage in Warsaw”
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Humanitarian aid initiative for Ukrainian refugees
A journal about an initiative from my hometown for Ukrainian refugees in Ostrołęka, Poland.