We wish to inform that services during the Sukkot (Wednesday evening, Thursday and Friday) will be held in the Kupa Synagogue on the Miodowa 27 Street.
Jewish Studying in Kupa Synagogue
Lessons, lectures and learning the biblical Hebrew language for beginners
The Jewish Community of Krakow welcomes all who wish to get to know Torah, learn to read in Hebrew, translate the original text of Torah and get to know The Bible from the Jewish perspective for weekly classes in Kupa Synagogue on 27 Miodowa Street.
New Year - Rosh Hashanah 5774
On behalf of the Jewish Community of Krakow we wish You happy and sweet New Year 5773, may You be inscribed in the Book of Life for a good year.
President of the Board of the
Jewish Community of Krakow
The Services on Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur will be held in the Remuh Synagogue!
Renovation of the Krakow Ghetto wall
The Krakow Ghetto was created by order of Otto Wachter, governor of Krakow's district, on March 3, 1941 and opened on March 21, 1941. It was placed on the right side of the river Vistula in Podgórze. It covered the area between Podgórze market place, Vistula, Krzemionki and the railway line from Krakow to Płaszów. Polish citizens had to leave this territory and Jewish people from Kazimierz and other Krakow districts came to live there. The ghetto was surrounded with a wall and leaving its premises without a special permit was punished with death.