Warsaw Ghetto Boundary Marker
- Address: Świętojerska, 00-207 Warszawa, Poland
- Ticket Price: Free
- Tags: Family And Kids
Built in between 2008 and 2010, Warsaw Ghetto boundary marker are plaques and boundary lines that mark the perimeter limits of the former ghetto in Warsaw, Poland. A total of 22 in number, these markers are directed at different sites. They are made using bronze and cement material. Many of the markings have information boards that provide you thorough knowledge. If you are in Warszawa, go looking for these markers to know more about their significance.
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- Buses 180 and 227 to stop : Swietojerska 02
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Kind of difficult to get there but once you arrive, you can feel the despair and hopelessness. We must preserve this place to remember that ignorance and intolerance led us to one of the saddest chapters of humankind history.
Interesting piece of history but not a lot to actually see or read besides a small plaque on the wall.
not much to see but if you're around worth to go
A historical monument. But to be honest there is not much to see
A historical place to visit