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The Visitor's Guide to Warsaw helps travelers find their way in the various parts of this vintage city where Polish history and Jewish history intersect. The Guide particularly emphasizes what is unique about Jewish history, in its multi-faceted aspects, and the tragic end that Jewry faced. Warsaw is the central city of two peoples: The Poles and the Jews. For Poles, Warsaw is their capital city, and the most important cultural center in Poland today. Warsaw is also a central city in the history of the Jewish People in the land of Poland. Today, Warsaw is a large, bustling metropolis. The Guide to Warsaw also focuses on the old city, that constitutes its heart, and with essential sights at which the events of the Holocaust took place. A Visitor's Guide to Warsaw utilizes numerous maps, photographs and illustrations to tell the story of this historically and culturally significant city.
Guidebook Chapters include:
Warsaw- History and Historical Sites.
Treblinka Death Camp
Warsaw- Surrounding Vicinity
Warsaw- Sites of Interest and General Information