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A Virtual Tour of Jewish Krakow – Part 1: The Golden Age

Hosted By: The Lower East Side Jewish Conservancy (LESJC)

Before WWII the Jewish community of Krakow was 25% of the city’s total population, allowing them to contribute to the creation of the unique identity of this beautiful city. Join Olga as she virtually strolls around Krakow’s old Jewish quarter Kazimierz, showing us some of the most significant sights related to the city’s Jewish life and culture.

You will see the exteriors and interiors of the seven synagogues, along with the former prayer houses, an old cemetery, the former Grand Mikveh, the central square of the former Jewish quarter, and the Helena Rubinstein House – the birth place of the famous “beauty queen” and founder of the Helena Rubinstein empire.

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The Lower East Side Jewish Conservancy (LESJC)

The Lower East Side Jewish Conservancy (LESJC) is an educational non-profit, created in 1998, to preserve and support the Lower East Side’s community of living synagogues and other historic structures, and to raise public awareness of the neighborhoods distinct cultural identity. As the birthplace of American Jewish civilization, and the most iconic immigrant neighborhood in America, we share this history by taking people on walking tours which enter sacred sites, where you learn how past generations came here, lived and worshiped. Learn more about LESJC here.
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