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The Royal Theater and the Old Orangery
The Royal Theater is one the very few 18th-century court theatre buildings that have been preserved in Europe. The theater is located in the Old Orangery within Łazienki Park, a palace-and-park complex created on the initiative of King Stanisław August Poniatowski.

Jewish Warsaw

It is impossible to understand the centuries-old history of Warsaw without taking into account Jewish culture." Until the World War II, the Jewish community accounted for 30 per cent of Warsaw’s population, significantly affecting the city's development culturally, economically and architecturally. Only a fraction of pre-war buildings related to the Jewish tradition and culture have been preserved, but these places are still vividly present within the urban space.

Two options are available: a walk or a bus/van tour.

Tours aboard a bus or a retro van

Sights include:
- Grzybowski Square: the site of the former Jewish Theater, Próżna St., the Nozyk Synagogue, Bagno St.,
- remnants of the ghetto wall on Sienna St.,
- Bankowy Square: the site of the former synagogue on Tłomackie St., Jewish Historical Institute (from outside), Ghetto Heroes St. (formerly Nalewki),
- Chłodna St.,
- Muranów district, where the Warsaw ghetto was set up, the Jewish cemetery (outside),
- Anielewicza St.: Museum of the History of Polish Jews (Polin), the Ghetto Heroes Monument in Warsaw, the Monument to Willy Brandt.

The organisation of the tour depends on the time allocated to it by the participants, as well as the tour's starting and end points.

The tour includes 1 or 2 short walks around Grzybowski Square and around Polin Museum. The exact amount depends on the time available and weather conditions. It is possible to combine it with a visit to the Polin Museum, the Nożyk Synagogue or a walk around the Jewish Cemetery in Powązki.

Suggested duration of the trip: 3 hours

Walk:

Sights include:
- Grzybowski Square: the site of the former Jewish Theater, Próżna St., the Nożyk Synagogue, Bagno St.,
- remnants of the ghetto wall on Sienna St.,
- Bankowy Square: the site of the former synagogue on Tłomackie St., Jewish Historical Institute (from outside), Ghetto Heroes St. (formerly Nalewki),
- Anielewicza St.: Museum of the History of Polish Jews (Polin), the Ghetto Heroes Monument in Warsaw, the Monument to Willy Brandt.

It is possible to combine the walk with a visit to the Nożyk Synagogue.
Suggested duration of the trip: 2 hours

A separate tour of Polin Museum or the Jewish Cemetery in Powązki can be organised.

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