Kazimierz

Kazimierz

the town that became a Jewish District

Location: 

Kazimierz, Kraków, Poland

Duration: 

Thursday, November 12, 2015

personal highlights

  1. Kazimierz: independant city until the year of 1791
  2. Jewish District: peacefull walk in quiet neighbourhood
  3. Hamsa Hummus: trying a sweet, sticky Jewish desert
  4. Synagogues: so many, and all take an entrance fee!
  5. Schindler's Factory: more than just a movie (missed)

image sources

  1. warm interior @ Tempel Synagogue
  2. fresh outdoor @ Restaurant Ariel
  3. historic facade @ High Synagogue
  4. doll Rabbi @ random souveniers shop
  5. wall art @ Popper Synagogue courtyard

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