This is an Important historical monument situated on site of the old Warsaw Ghetto and is directly opposite the POLIN Museum, so don't forget to have a look at the monument when you visit the museum.
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We visited with a guide who was able to tell us about some of the people who were a part of the Jewish Uprising and are represented in the memorial. Gave it so much more meaning. A story to remember, for all generations. The new...More
Jewish Ghetto Memorial, is one of the most important sites in the city. Very difficult to stand in front of the memorial site. Thinking about what happened to those Jewish people during the Holocaust. Sad place that must be visited if you are Jewish or...More
Built in 1948 on the site where the first clashes of the tragic, hopeless Warsaw Ghetto uprising took place five years earlier, this massive two-sided monument has become an icon and a site for Jewish pilgrimage. One side depicts a relief of the persecuted people...More
It is very important do not forget what happent in the past. The humanity necessray to remember. It is perfect place as well to children (several interactive exhibiton). Goon and cheap restaurant in the Museum.
very worth the time spent for itis an education in itself there is a lot to learn and seeing this up close and personal help to define the so called truth of the mass happining it is what it is!!!!!TPP
I was very moved after having see the movie "the pianist" to think it happened where I was standing !!! My whole Polish experience was centered around all the people who were tortured by the Germans: jews, Poles, Jehovah's Witnesses, gypsies in Auschwitz wow how...More
It's located outside the POLIN museum. It is quite impressive I must say. Make sure you visit the museum as well, as it will make a fantastic experience.
Obviously you can not capture in one place, no matter how large the memory of the six million. But the monument stands in front of the Museum of History of Polish Jews is certainly impressive and reminds everyone of Jewish heroism during the Holocaust. A...More
Very nice memorial outside of the POLIN museum. Visited it as part of the free walking tour about Jews in Warsaw. The monument has two sides. I recommend you to visit the museum after seeing the monument, on Thursdays you do not have to pay...More