Ghetto Hero’s Square in Podgorze

In Podgorze, the former Jewish Ghetto, you will find two memorials to the Jewish people who were forced to move here during the Holocaust.  The first is called Ghetto Hero’s Square, or Plac Bohaterów Getta in Polish.  It is a square filled with sculptures of empty chairs, symbolic of the furniture the Jews had to carry with…

Love Locks on Bernatka Bridge

Every European city has that bridge adorned with locks of lovers.  In Krakow, look no further than the bridge that connects Kazimierz and Podgorze, aka, the Jewish district and former Jewish Ghetto.  You won’t find random men selling locks around the area, like Paris, so bring your own.  But you will find whole sections of the…