What makes a person ‘Krakovian’? Is it someone who was born, raised, or is working in the city? Or perhaps it is a person who has a connection to Krakow, but who currently resides elsewhere? Questions of local identity were especially important in the Jewish communities of Polish Galicia, which were divided based on specific cities or regions. It is also significant as Jews have historically been a nomadic people, who often changed their place of residence. We wish to invite you on a guided tour of the city, during which we will present the stories of people for whom Krakow either was, or became their home.
Ticket: 10 zł per person
Space is limited. Reservations by email only: firstname.lastname@example.org
Starting point: Galicia Jewish Museum, ul. Dajwór 18