The entire exhibit made a big impact on us not only because of the information it contained, but also
|Memorial in Krakow's Ghetto|
|Old Town Krakow|
full of goodies
|Would you trust these boat pilots?|
from her hotel window
|Izaak Synagogue (where we|
attended Friday night service)
featured a photo exhibit
about Ethiopian Jews
In all the 7@Nite venues, the presentations were short, only ten to fifteen minutes, in order for people to visit all the synagogues in a night. Among the presentations was a multimedia slideshow about Jewish populations in India, a photography exhibit of Ethiopian Jews, and photos and posters featuring current Jewish Poles. Jewish food was being served in the JCC and a small crafting event to create a hamsa, the Jewish/Middle Eastern symbol of the human hand. The streets were packed. It seemed like thousands of people were on the streets attending 7@Nite and/or the local cafes and
bars. It was both exciting and safe at night on the streets, and we could not imagine having such experiences back home.
Back at the hotel, everyone made sure their bags were packed for our departure from Poland the next morning.