Historical-Contemporary walk around KL Plaszow

Over the past 200 years, the site of KL Plaszow has contained Austro-Hungarian military fortifications, two Jewish cemeteries, and a Nazi labor camp and concentration camp; today, it functions primarily as a public park. Adam Schorin will take us on a walk through the various layers of KL Plaszow’s history and the remnants of its past lives that still exist today. We’ll also talk about what the future of the site holds and the city’s plans to create a museum there. Maciej Fijak, a local activist with the Rescue Action for Kraków, will join us to share his perspective on the changes facing the site. The entire tour will form a complicated image of the site today, which we’ll talk about together.  

guided by: Adam Schorin, Maciek Fijak

Date: Saturday, June 26th, 2021 
Start: 11:00 (lasts for about 2.5 h)

Meeting Point: 3 Jerozolimska Street, Kraków

Participation is free of charge. 

The event is a part of FestivALT’s 5th edition programme.
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The event is organized as part of the “Places of Remembering and Forgetting” project, implemented with the support of Active Citizens – National Fund, financed by the EEA and Norway Funds. The partners of the project are: City of Krakow, Urban Memory Foundation and ZHP Hufiec Śródmieście. The honorary partner of the project is the General Consul of the Federal Republic of Germany. 
The project was carried out in cooperation with Allianz Kulturstiftung.