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19.07.2019, PIĄTEK


Jewish Culture

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  • Jewish cemetery with the grave of Zaddik Elimelech Weinsblum in Lezajsk


    Jewish cemetery in Lezajsk with the grave of Zaddik Elimelech Weinsblum is situated to the Southern East of Market Square. On the cemetery there are located: a building with the grave of Zaddik and surviving macebas (gravestones). Zaddik Elimelech (also called Majlech from Lezajsk) was one of the greatest members of the hassid movement.

  • Synagogue in Debica


    Synagogue in Debica – erected in 18th century on a rectangular plan, situated near the main street leading toward Cracow. It was burnt in 1939, after the war reconstructed and changed into a market-hall. In spite of the damage and neglect it kept a temple character..

  • The Baroque Synagogue in Łańcut


    The Baroque Synagogue in Łańcut is one of the precious monuments of sacred art. It was erected in 1761 to replace a wooden synagogue which had been destroyed by a fire. Synagogue interior is richly ornamented with polychromy and stucco works.

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