Entrance Tickets – Oskar Schindler Museum in Krakow

After a while we arrived at the factory, which was being converted into a museum but as the project was way behind schedule there was only a temporary exhibition to look around.

When Podgórze became the site of the Jewish Ghetto many Germans set up businesses in the area in an attempt to profit from the Nazi invasion of Poland.

Oskar Schindler was such a man, but in the end he came to save the lives of over eleven hundred Jews that worked in his factory, often at great risk to his own life and at personal expense.

 

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12 responses to “Entrance Tickets – Oskar Schindler Museum in Krakow

  1. My favorite city in Poland, thanks for the memories!

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  2. I love this story… and the museum 🙂 🙂

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  3. Sadly, I didn’t get to the factory

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  4. Another great lesson. There is a small garden in Melbourne dedicated to Raoul Wallenberg. I’ll take a photo next time I’m in Melbourne.

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  6. Hi there Andrew, my name is Marlena! I am actually from Poland, you say your favorite place is Wrocław? Very cool! I was born in Białystok, small town. But I currently live in Florida, USA. Have you visited Poland down south? Have you seen the Tatra Mountains? We loved hiking! We went a few years back, it was gorgeous!

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