Monuments

We are reminded of several-century-long presence of Jewish people in Nowy Sącz by monuments left by this community. Some of them are still visited by Jewish visitors from all over the world – the synagogue, the cemetery and Bajs Nusn prayer house. Others serve different purposes today, like former hospital at Kraszewskiego str. or the seat of Quahal. Walking down the streets of Nowy Sącz, we also pass buildings that witnessed the Annihilation of the Jewish community of our town.

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Synagogue in Nowy Sącz was built in the late 18th century...

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In the "Old Synagogue" Gallery judaica and other souvenirs of Sądecczyzna Jews can be seen...

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Jewish cemetery at the Rybacka street was founded in the middle of the 19th century...

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Ohel (hebr. tent) is a family vault of the Halberstams. In it rests Chaim Halberstam...

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Bajs Nusn (House of Natan) prayer house was built on the turn of 19th and 20th centuries by a rich merchant Natan Kriszer...

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Quahal in Nowy Sącz was responsible for administering of the religious affairs of Jewish people of Nowy Sącz...

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Jewish hospital at the 44 Kraszewskiego street was founded in the middle of the 19th century...

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Jewish hospital at the 44 Kraszewskiego street was founded in the middle of the 19th century...

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