A renaissance in Jewish culture - without Jews

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Has Jewish culture finally become trendy in Poland? The first half of the 20th century was a catastrophic time for Jews in that country, marked by anti-Semitism and the devastating final blow of the Holocaust. In Krakow the Jewish population was reduced from 65,000 to zero.
 
 
However, the past few years have brought a huge resurgence of interest in Jewish culture. Take a walk today round Kazimierz, the historic Jewish district, and the cobbled streets buzz with life. Jewish restaurants line the famous Szeroka Street and passionate Klezmer music seems to emerge from round every corner.
 
 
 
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Source: Financial Times