Beit Almin – Eternal Home
Two distinct narratives comprise the Beit Almin – Eternal Home exhibition. One of them focuses on the history of the Jewish necropolis in Warsaw’s Praga district; the other one presents the traditional Jewish religious and cultural approaches to death and burial. Among others, the visitor can: gain an understanding of the role of cemeteries in Jewish culture; acquaint themselves with the variety of sepulchral inscriptions and symbolism; learn about the funerary rituals associated with death and burial; and appreciate the characteristics of Jewish bereavement.
The Eternal Home exhibition came into being in 2016-2017 funded by the Jewish Community of Warsaw and developed through the combined forces of the “Senna Collective” and the Jewish Community of Warsaw. The Nissenbaum Family Foundation provided additional co-financing to the exhibition.
Exhibition design concept by Natalia Romik, Sebastian Kucharuk and Piotr Jakoweńko
Exhibition architectural design by Sebastian Kucharuk
Exhibition graphic design by Piotr Jakoweńko
Exhibition texts and selection of illustrations by Remigiusz Sosnowski, Andrzej Jankowski and Agata Korba
Exhibition curators Agata Korba, Remigiusz Sosnowski and Andrzej Jankowski
Authors of selected texts: Alicja Mroczkowska, Aleksander Schwarz and Witold Wrzosiński
Research, selection and translation of Yiddish press articles by Anna Ciałowicz
15 św. Wincentego Street, 03-505 Warsaw
Tel: (+48) 505 796 886
Cemetery and exhibition admission charge: 10 PLN
Cemetery and exhibition opening Times:
Mondays to Thursdays: 10.00 am to 4.00 pm
Fridays: 10.00 am to 2.00 pm
The last admission is 40 minutes before closing.
The cemetery is closed on the Polish and Jewish holydays.