The “Grodzka Gate – NN Theatre” Centre in Lublin is a local government cultural institution. It works towards the preservation of cultural heritage and education. Its function is tied to the symbolic and historical meaning of the Centre’s location in the Grodzka Gate, which used to divide Lublin into its respective Christian and Jewish quarters, as well as to Lublin as a meeting place of cultures, traditions and religions.

Part of the Centre are the House of Words and the Lublin Underground Trail.

The “Grodzka Gate – NN Theatre” Centre in Lublin is a local government cultural institution. It works towards the preservation of cultural heritage and education. Its function is tied to the symbolic and historical meaning of the Centre’s location in the Grodzka Gate, which used to divide Lublin into its respective Christian and Jewish quarters, as well as to Lublin as a meeting place of cultures, traditions and religions.

Part of the Centre are the House of Words and the Lublin Underground Trail.

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GLIKSZTEJN Alta Iska (Ida) - Miejsce zamieszkania: Sławinek

Ida Gliksztejn (jako Genowefa Krzeszowiec) przebywała w podlubelskim Sławinku od końca 1942 r. do wyzwolenia w lipcu 1944 r. Dzięki pomocy kolegi z pracy męża, działacza PPR Ryszarda Postowicza, Idę i jej córkę umieszczono w willi zamieszkałej przez Stefanię Parczewską.