Kazimierz Distrct or also known as the Jewish district is definitely a place worth checking out in Krakow.
It was established in 15th century when King Jan gave the Jewish community the permission to relocate to the town of Kazimierz.
Jewish people from all over Europe came here and the town as it was was completely safe contained and a bustling point of trade.
In 1941 the Nazis moved the population into a ghetto to the north, but they were moved in 1943 and as many as 17.000 people died in the concentration camp of Auschwitz.
Today Kazimierz is bustling again, but this time with artists and young people who made it trendy again. [more]
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