The boundaries of the Warsaw Ghetto are virtually invisible nowadays. Thanks to the efforts of the staff of the Jewish Historical Institute, in 2008, 21 monuments defining the boundaries were placed and cast iron plates illustrating where the former walls stood were built into the pavements. One of the most important boundary point, commemorated with a monument on the corner of Andersa and Świętojerska Streets, is the place where once stood the gate to the ghetto. In our film, which is also an invitation to the March of Remembrance, about the gate talks Mr Jan Jagielski.
About the ghetto gate talks Mr Jan Jagielski
The boundaries of the Warsaw Ghetto are virtually invisible nowadays.