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The POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews in Warsaw was opened in 2013. Its core exhibition is made up of eight galleries spread over 4000 m², retracing the history of Polish Jews from the Middle Ages to the present day. The POLIN Museum aims to preserve the memory of the history of Polish Jews and contribute to the mutual understanding and respect amongst Poles and Jews.
Delve into Poland’s unique history: WWII began here in September 1939, when Nazi Germany and the Soviet Union invaded the country. Ruthless regimes were established, leading to an enormous amount of casualties among Polish citizens. Nowadays, war memorials, monuments and
Warsaw and Mazovia
In mid-north-eastern Poland, the region of Mazovia was attacked soon after WWII broke out in Gdańsk. By the end of the war, Warsaw, the capital city, lay in ruins and many inhabitants had lost their lives. Today the region’s rich