The Kesselman Museum in Radomsko
Join us and live an incredible experience in the Jewish world that once lived in Poland…
“Yiddele’ Memory” Organization is pleased to feature the “Kesselman Museum”,
the First Jewish Open-Air Museum in Europe !
Radomsko is a charming town in the heart of Poland, halfway between Warsaw and Kraków. A city where, until 1939, Jewish life flourished in every field : culture, sports, politics, association, art, religion…
For the first time, you can walk in their footsteps thanks to 60 buildings highlighted by large plates, directly on the pavement ! You’ll discover where were the shtieblech, the kosher hotels and restaurants, the Jewish sports clubs, the Jewish schools, the rich associative life and the Jewish companies through 13 Km. During your visit, the buildings of Radomsko reveal their secrets…
You will also see the magnificient and miraculously preserved Jewish cemetery and ask for a blessing on the tomb of the famous Tzadik Tiferes Shlomo za¨tsal, “a ness macher”, a miracle maker…
The proof ? This unique Museum !
Radomsko, the celebration of the Jewish LIFE that existed in Poland !
See you soon in Radomsko for a pleasant and nostalgic journey.
Rachel Lea KESSELMAN
Founder and CEO of ”Yiddele’ Memory” and of ”the Kesselman Museum in Radomsko” Foundation
Chief Rabbi of Poland, Michael Schudrich,
Member of Honor of the “Kesselman Museum in Radomsko”, enthusiastically delivers us his full support !
The most unexpected Jewish Museum in Europe !
Tribute of the youth to the Jews of Radomsko : when Kiryat Bialik meets its twin city Radomsko !
Featuring the Mayor of Radomsko, Jarosław Ferenc, and Rachel Kesselman, President-Founder of the “Kesselman Museum in Radomsko”, the First Jewish Open Air Museum in Europe.
The Hasidic dynasty of Radomsk
Radomsk was the third largest Hasidut in Poland from 1834 until 1942 (Tzadik Tiferes Shlomo za”tsal). Discover the Hasidut of Radomsk…
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