Just before the WW2 Poland was home of 3.5 million of Jews which represented some 10 % of the total population of the country. The Holocaust took place mainly in Polish Nazi occupied area and resulted in extermination of almost entire Jewish minority. Memorial sites of the Jewish heritage and Holocaust places can be visited through out the country, including the heroic Warsaw ghetto – the biggest in Nazi occupied Europe and the first one to resist during Warsaw Ghetto Uprising 1943….
Below you will find some sample itineraries, which you can modify according to your preferences and interests.
1. 1000-year-history of Polish Jews – visit the Museum of the History of Polish Jews > click here
5. Chelmno on the Ner river death camp (Kulmhof) > click here
7. Tykocin shtetl and Treblinka Death Camp > click here
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