Remuh Synagogue and Cemetery

Remuh Synagogue and Cemetery

Krakow's smallest but most active synagogue has Shabbat services every Friday. The synagogue was established by the family of famous 16th-century Polish rabbi, Moses Isserles. Next to it is the Old Jewish Cemetery. Only a handful of tombstones survived WW2. Among them was that of the rabbi. A miracle perhaps?
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