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It's a small segment of the wall but tall. The plaque is in polish and Hebrew reads: “Here they lived, suffered and died at the hands of the German torturers. From here they began their final journey to the death camps.”
Would definitely recommend visiting this aftrr going to Oskar Schindler’s museum as you see a replica area there and then seeing this for real feels very meaningful after hearing and seeing about its history.
When you look at this last remaining section of wall it is almost incomprehensible that any human being can enclose their fellow mankind in this barbaric manner.
Although we had a good street map this was not easy to find as there are...More
This is a ticketed or even a signposted attraction. This is one of the last standing segments of the wall that was built around the Jewish ghetto during the holocaust. Given the remaining section is only 12 metres long the feeling you get when you...More
If you’re making your way around the Jewish historical Krakow this is a must see. It can provide a small amount of context to the history; it’s impossible to imagine what people lived through, but to consider one day being told to move out of...More
Difficult to rate something that is not trying to be an attraction. It's just sitting there innocuously blending into the street scene. Not protected or presented, but an extremely important piece of history. There is another section 400yds away in a small grass/childrens play area...More
During our Tuk Tuk guided tour of the city, we visited the areas where the only remaining sections of the ghetto wall remain. They are a poignant reminder of how cruel the Nazis were as not only did they build a wall around the ghetto...More
Very interesting to see how tall the wall was and imagine the feeling of people inside, but on its own it doesn't tell the full story. Visit as part of a tour, or on the way to Oskar Schindler factory for more information on the...More
The plaque says it all- in Polish and Hebrew- “Here they lived, suffered and died at the hands of the German torturers. From here they began their final journey to the death camps.”
You could end up walking passed this. It isn’t signposted.