Before the end of World War II in 1943, the Jews in the Jewish quarantine of Warsaw carried out a resistance movement and were brutally suppressed. The quarantine was also razed to the ground. This monument commemorates the Jewish resistance movement at that time.
The atmosphere of the monument itself and the square where the monument is located is very solemn. The monument is built of black granite. There are reliefs representing Jews on both sides, and people will come to mourn constantly.
From the appearance, the monument group is composed of 2711 gray steles of different lengths. From a distance, the black-grey steles are like a turbulent stone forest, which makes tourists feel unstable and disoriented. .
It has historical commemorative significance and warns people not to forget history and not to let tragedies repeat themselves.
The Jewish Ghetto Memorial was built in 1948. In the autumn of 1940, Hitler fascists established a Jewish quarantine in Warsaw and forcibly moved Jews into the district. At its peak, the number had reached 450,000. On April 19, 1943, the unbearable Jews rebelled in the district and were suppressed. A large number of Jews were killed. The Jewish quarantine was immediately razed to the ground by the Nazi army.
The Jewish Heroes Monument, located next to the Polish National Museum in the center of Warsaw, is the most important World War II memorial attraction in Poland. The monument is to commemorate the Jews who were killed by the Nazis in World War II. The German Chancellor’s Kneel of the Century is here. The monument is stationed by soldiers all year round. Solemn and sacred place
It's a bloody history inside and lets people never forget the pain of the war