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Historic Jewish Cemetery

Ul. Slezna 37/39, Wroclaw 53-301, Poland
+48 71 791 59 04
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A place for reflection and thought - a real piece of history with a very special atmosphere. Also... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
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Jewish Cemetry Wroclaw

Interesting place to get a feel for the inhabitants who lived in Wroclaw in the 19th and 20th... read more

Reviewed 20 July 2017
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Ul. Slezna 37/39, Wroclaw 53-301, Poland
+48 71 791 59 04
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

A place for reflection and thought - a real piece of history with a very special atmosphere. Also, because of its history and due to the abandoned look of the place, it is not for everyone - can be touching and very depressing.

Thank Tigris78
Reviewed 20 July 2017

Interesting place to get a feel for the inhabitants who lived in Wroclaw in the 19th and 20th Centuries. Mostly German heritage. Peaceful setting, much overgrown but interesting olace to visit.

Thank mojofitz
Reviewed 16 July 2017

A peaceful haven hidden behind a high wall, away from the hustle and busltle of the city. The gravestones show evidence of a violent battle that took place during the Second World War. Many headstones have bullet holes and others had been shattered and subsequently...More

1  Thank RosieC237
Reviewed 20 April 2017

Maybe not a fun attraction but definitely worth seeing, specially if one is in need of a peaceful walk and appreciates history...

Thank Gosha B
Reviewed 10 April 2017 via mobile

In the middle of a bustling city there is a place where you can't but pause in your everyday rush. Pause and reflect on life and death, which are entangled there. Cold stones and the warmth of the spring sun. Silent stones and the concerto...More

1  Thank Agata S
Reviewed 2 April 2017

The cemetery is huge and the effects of war and nature have slowly taken control over time. You can stroll through hundreds of tombstones of varying condition. Some graves are almost invisible - overtaken entirely by nature while others are in complete ruin - evidence...More

Thank Kayla H
Reviewed 19 March 2017

Take a walk among thousands of various gravestones, some of them are masterpieces. We came there in gloomy weater and it created very special atmosphere of this place. No tourists, only us. Must see to complete the impression of Wroclaw.

Thank Simona M
Reviewed 5 December 2016

Breslau was an important center of Jewish elightenment, and this cemetery preserves faint memories of this golden age. The cemetery is in a strange state of simultaneous disrepair and restoration, showing some of the destruction wrought in the past, but restoring some its tombstones. It's...More

3  Thank FactotumDellaCitta
Reviewed 10 November 2016

You can find a lot of very very old thumbstones with some interesting and unexpected names on them. Some of them of course destroyed of removed, but also those one have a special astmosphere.

Thank Barbora B
Reviewed 25 October 2016

This extraordinary garden of the dead illustrates just how influential , creative , and important Jewish culture was to the splendour of Breslau. One wonders where are the families of those ten to fifteen thousand souls buried there. The banishing of all the residents from...More

Thank peter h
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