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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Our Jewish Lublin Roots: What Do They Mean To Us? A study by Dvora Trachtenberg

To All Those Who Were Born, Raised, or Lived in Lublin, Poland and To Their Descendants.

Our Jewish Lublin Roots: What Do They Mean To Us? A study by Dvora Trachtenberg

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We invite you to participate in a new study entitled “Our Jewish Lublin Roots: What Do They Mean To Us?”

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The study, a written questionnaire, will ask you to share with us the meaning(s) you ascribe to your Lublin roots and the importance these roots may play in your life. We encourage all those with Jewish roots in Lublin to take part in this study. We hope you’ll share your thoughts with us, as your participation will enrich and deepen our understanding of our shared Lublin “legacy”.  

Please click on the following link to access and fill out the questionnaire:  

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The study is conducted by Dvora Trachtenberg in partnership with Brama Grodzka.

Dr. Dvora Trachtenberg is a retired psychologist and a descendant of Lubliners. As part of a multi-faceted professional career, she has worked with those directly affected by the legacy of the Holocaust. These have included children of survivors, children of rescuers, and children of perpetrators of the Shoah. Dvora's parents were born in Lublin, Poland, and survived WWII by fleeing to the Soviet Union. She was born in post-war Poland and emigrated with her family while still a child.

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Should you have any questions pertaining to the study or to the questionnaire itself, please contact Dvora Trachtenberg by email at: [email protected]

We thank you very much for your participation and we eagerly look forward to your responses. Please feel free to share this announcement, and the link to the questionnaire, with others who have Jewish Lublin roots.