"Warsaw Ghetto Walls" Warsaw Things to Do Tip by Airpunk
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Most remaining parts of the former Warsaw Ghetto Walls were pulled down in the years after the war, but two small traces survive in a backyard. Although they are well hidden, they are also well visited, with several official inscriptions commemorating the life and death of Warsaw's Jewish population.
Although the walls belong to the buildings at Ulica Siena 55, the entrance to the backyard of this building is usually closed. In that case, try either the entrance at Ulica Siena 59 or Ulica Zlota 62, the latter is usually open.
Address: Ulica Siena / Ulica Zlota
Directions: In the Southwest of the new town, some hundred metres away from the Palace of Sciene and Culture. See above!
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