THE JEWISH WORLD ... Warsaw, Poland ... A cyber encylopedia of Jewish History and culture that covers everything from anti-Semitism to Zionism. Warsaw is a city to see, learn from and enjoy.Currently, most of Poland’s Jewish population lives in Warsaw. The Union of Religious Congregations has its main office in Warsaw. There is both a Jewish primary school and a kindergarten. Warsaw also houses the offices of the Main Judaic Library and Museum of Jewish Martyrology. It is the home also of the E.R. Kaminska Jewish Theater, the only regularly functioning Yiddish theater in the world. Most of its actors today are not Jewish. While parts of Europe have seen an upsurge of anti-Semitism, this has not occurred in Poland. Warsaw, Poland is really a "must-see" for people of all religious beliefs. There is really only one city like in the world.
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