The Grodzka Gate (Old City)
The Grodzka Gate, also called the Jewish Gate, formed a historic border between a Christian town and a Jewish town. Nowadays a main office of Ośrod...
The building on the corner of Rybna and Noworybna Street
In 1944 this house was the first seat of the Jewish Central Committee in the People’s Republic of Poland which was organized with the help of State...
The Chachmej Lublin Yeshiva, The Yeshiva of the Sages from Lublin (85 Lubartowska Street)
The Yeshiva was built between 1924 and 1930 thanks to the donations of Jews from all over the world on the initiative and due to the efforts of Rab...
Nieruchomości – własność gminy żydowskiej w Lublinie
Przed II wojną światową gmina żydowska w Lublinie była właścicielem 4 nieruchomości: ul. Rynek 8; ul. Szeroka 29; ul. Szeroka 44; ul. K...
The monument in memory of the Jewish Nazi victims (the corner of Niecała and Radziwiłłowska Streets)
Initially the monument was situated on a small square (the Square of Ghetto Victims) between Luabrtowska and Świętoduska Streets where a marketplac...
Siedziba rabinatu i Towarzystwa Pomocy Ubogim Dziewczętom Żydowskim (Rynek 8)
W renesnasowej kamienicy przy Rynku 8, która od 1901 r. należała do Mendla i Balii Borengurów, od 1904 r. funkcjonowało Towarzystwo Pomocy Ubogim D...
Jewish Orphanage (11 Grodzka Street)
Before the war the building belonging to the Jewish kehilla and it housed not only a Jewish orphanage but also the offices of the Jewish religious ...
The Jewish Hospital in Lublin (81 Lubartowska Street )
The building was erected in 1886. In 1939 it was one of the most modern hospitals in Poland.
The plaque commemorating Anna Langfus (Anna Regina Szternfinkiel) on the façade of her house
The tenement house at 24 Lubartowska Street is where Anna Langfus (Anna-Regina Szternfinkiel), a novelist, a playwright and the author of, inter al...
The plaque commemorating Franciskasz Arnsztajnowa on the façade of her house (2 Złota Street)
The tenement house at 2 Złota Street is where Franciszka Arnsztajnowa, a poet, a translator, a political activist and co-founder of the Polish Writ...
A commemorative plaque devoted to Jakub Icchak Horowic (Plac Zamkowy 10)
Near a place where a tenement house at 28 Szeroka Street used to stand, at 10 Plac Zamkowy, a commemorative plaque devoted to Jakub Icchak Horowic ...