Warsaw Diary – Day 2

In April, 2016, I traveled with my extended family to visit in Warsaw, Poland.

The visit was partially meant to celebrate passover, but mainly to honour and remember a great family member who passed away about 2 years earlier, Abraham Raz.

He was one one of the “Children of Teheran”, a small group of children refugees running from the war that was burning in Europe through the late 30’s and early 40’s of the last century.

These are the photos from Day 2 of the journey (3 days total), where we visited his home town, and saw the place where he was born and grew up.

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