Former Jewish District and the area of the ghetto (3 hours)

The oldest mention of the Jewish settlement in Lublin dates back to the 14th c. The Jewish city flourished for centuries around the royal castle and the Old Town, the center of today’s Lublin. During WWII Nazis deported most of Lublin’s Jewish inhabitants to Bełżec death camp and later on destroyed the majority of the district. The tour around the former Jewish district of Lublin is a walk in a non-existent city with some traces of memory, and only a little of its surviving material heritage.

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Majdanek State Museum (3 hours)

Concentration camp Lublin, commonly known as Majdanek, was the second biggest Nazi camp in occupied Europe. It was established in 1941, and functioned until the day of liberation of Lublin, in July 1944. Some prisoners barracks, warehouses, the gas chambers bunker and the crematory building are preserved on the territory of today’s State Museum. 

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Yeshivat Chachmei Lublin (1 hour)

Opened in June 1930, Lublin’s yeshiva was the dream project of Rabbi Meir Shapiro, who became the first head of the school.Referring to the 16th-century Talmudic education in Lublin, Yeshivat Chachmei Lublin became one of the most prestigious academies in Europe. Its impressive building survived the war and in 2006 a synagogue was reopened in its interiors.

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The Old Jewish Cemetery (1 hour)

Known to be established as early as in 15th c., it is the oldest Jewish cemetery in Poland. Destructed during WWII and neglected in post-war period, it still holds some precious tombstones with the matzevah of Seer of Lublin among them. 

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The New Jewish Cemetery (1 hour)

Opened in the first half of the 19th c., it is the only still functioning Jewish cemetery in Lublin. Along with its monuments and chamber of memory, it also serves as a memorial site.

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The "Grodzka Gate – NN Theatre" Center (2 hours)

The center is a local government cultural institution which research and collects data about the Jewish city of Lublin. In its activities, the Centre draws on the symbolic and historical significance of its residence, the Grodzka Gate, also known as the Jewish Gate.

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Former German District (2 hour)

The German district was established in Wieniawia – a Jewish suburbs of Lublin. After deporting its inhabitants, and destroying thesynagogue and cemetery, the area served as a neighbourhood for private houses and administration offices for the high rank Nazis, with headquarters of Action Reinhardt among them.

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  • We offer tours in English, Hebrew, Ukrainian, Russian, and Polish.

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