Poland's Jewish Landmarks: A Travel Guide
Complemented by over 70 maps, illustrations, and timelines that illuminate the history and achievements of Polish Jewry, this guide provides thorough and detailed lists of synagogues, monuments, cemeteries, and other places of Jewish heritage.
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