In our latest Postcards from Poland blog post, Eva Hussain, CEO of Polaron, explores the journey of supporting Jewish people to reclaim their Polish citizenship. Jews had been living in Poland since the Middle Ages, the country becoming home to the largest Jewish community in the world by the end of 16th century, with an … Continue reading Reclaiming Polish Citizenship
In the fourth of our Postcards from Poland blog posts, we wanted to highlight some of the incredible museums and galleries that can be found in Kraków. Kraków is a historical city that is full of culture, winding medieval streets, and beautiful architecture. It is no wonder, then, that visitors can explore more museums here … Continue reading Museums in Kraków
We are very pleased to be working in association with the Galicia Jewish Museum for the Urban Jewish Heritage conference, and delighted to announce that attendees of the conference will have free entry to the museum, and an opportunity for a tour of the permanent exhibitions. In the fifth of our Postcards from Poland blog posts, … Continue reading Traces of Memory: The development of the Galicia Jewish Museum
Poland is home to fifteen sites inscribed to the UNESCO World Heritage List. Here are just a few that are within easy reach of the conference venue.
In the second of our Postcards from Poland series, we wanted to tell you more about the history of our conference venue, the Villa Decius (pictured).