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Education – Museum Centre “Świętokrzyski Shtetl”

Located at the crossing of the Staszów – Jędrzejów and Kielce – Tarnów roads, Chmielnik has a synagogue and two Jewish cemeteries: they testify to the wealth and importance of the former Jewish community of Chmielnik.

  • Chmielnik
  • +48 41 354 24 12 (w. 106, 107)
Jewish Cemetery in Kielce

Jewish cementary in Kielce was estabilished in 19. century by well-known architect Franciszek Ksawery Kowalski. Supervision of the cemetery was held by one of the most important Jewish charitable organizations - the Society for the Poor"s Relief of the Jewish Faith - Chwera Kadisha.

  • Kielce, ul. Pakosz
  • +48 783 084 183
Renaissance Synagogue in Pińczów

First Jewish settlers came to Pińczów in the late 16th century. Towards the end of the same century, a kahal came into existence. Soon Jews were granted more privileges and a permission to build a synagogue came in 1594. The owner of the town, Zygmun Myszkowski, agreed for the construction of three synagogues: two were made of brick and one was constructed of wood.

  • Pińczów, ul. Klasztorna
  • +48 41 357 24 72
The Jan Karski Society in Kielce

The Jan Karski Society was established in 2005 as a kind of continuation of the ‘Memory – Dialogue – Reconciliation’ Civic Association, which was formed in order to prepare the celebrations of the 50th anniversary of the Kielce Pogrom in 1996.

  • Kielce, ul. Planty 7
  • +48 577 809 333