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Very interesting park with a Star of David walls filled with righteous people who helped the Jews. There were paths with names of local Jewish survivors. I had hoped it would have been all Lodz ghetto survivors as my mum is one but I suppose...More
If you visit Łódż you must visit this place. I've read many tens of books about the holocaust but rarely have I visited somwhere so up-lifting and life-affirming. We took our 9 year old son (you would think too young for such an experience) but...More
We visited the park after going to the Jewish Cemetery. This park is so beautiful and honors those who survived the Lodz Ghetto and the Polish Righteous Among the Nation. There is also a mound with the famous Jan Karski bench. This a very special...More
My Mother Halina Elczewska survived the horror of the WW2. Despite her losses and horrid memories she cherished Life , Tolerance and Love for people. Hence the idea for The Park. Every single tree is planted by a survivor! A very unique forest planted by...More
It is "must watch" in Łódź if you want to follow Jewish paths in our city. Mystical place with amazing monument and the Karski Bench. Next step must be Jewish Cemetery (Hryzantem Street). It is the big part of our Jewish HISTORY.
It is a Park of the Survivors of the Jewish Litzmannstadt Ghetto with hundreds of trees planted by the Survivors or their Families. There is also the unic Monument to the Polish People Saving Jews (according to the Yad Vashem Institute in Jerusalem Registry) and...More