Would you like to get some insight on what life is like and has been like for the Jews in Krakow after the Second World War? Visit the Old Synagogue for this temporary exhibition titled “We Were, We Are, We Will Be. The Jewish Community of Kraków after 1945.“
After the Second World War the Jews had some big questions to ask themselves. Should I stay or should I go? Is it safe to remain in Poland as a Second World War survivor or should I head back to Israel? In this exhibition we can follow the Jews and their movements after the Second World War all the way till 2015 when this exhibition opened its doors.
This is the biggest exhibition on this subject ever and it gives us insight in how the Jewish society started their new lives in Krakow and in Poland and of course how the religious life has developed over the last decades. It will also give us info on how the Jewish society has brought life into the Kazimierz district in Krakow again.
We Were, We Are, We Will Be. The Jewish Community of Kraków after 1945
The entrance fee for this exhibition ins 10 PLN, and it is well worth it if you are interested in the topic.
The exhibition will be available in the Old Synagogue untill December 4th in 2016.
For more information about Krakow a guided tour is always recommended, and if you have never been to Auschwitz before that is of course something you need to do as well. Look around in our Krakow Guide for information also on other attractions, restaurants, recommended hotels and more.