The following few pages show some of the photographs that I have taken in Kazimierz, the Jewish quarter of Cracow, with a few accompanying notes. Apologies in advance for the rudimentary nature of the site; it’s been cobbled together in spare time and snatched moments. There are two ways to navigate; either by clicking on the hotspots on the above map or by following the ‘home-previous-next’ links that I have added to each page. The tour roughly follows the walk that we took on the Saturday morning, although I did go back later in the day to find a few more hidden areas. Those pictures will be added later.
A word about copyright - please feel free to use any of my pictures, with acknowledgement of course. Get in touch for better copies. For my own part, I have to admit that I have broken copyright on the other pictures and maps in the site. The map seems to be used in a few websites, so I’m not sure who to acknowledge here. The old pictures come from the book, ‘The Jews of Cracow’ by Eugeniusz Duda, published by Jarden Jewish Bookshop, which I think is in the Noah’s Ark on Ulica Szeroka.