Remembrance Trail

Izba Pamięci Żydów na Nowym Kirkucie

“Lublin. Holocaust Memory Trail” was prepared by the “Grodzka Gate – NN Theatre” Centre for the 75th anniversary of the liquidation of the Lublin ghetto in 2017 and the launch of the “Reinhardt” operation.

Famous Lubliners Trail

Kamienice Starego Miasta

The Trail of Famous Lubliners is a path that leads to the places associated with life and work of many people who significantly marked their presence in Lublin. They were either natives of the city or those whose fate led them to become associated with Lublin.

Architectural Monuments Trail

Kaplica Trójcy Świętej

The Architecture Trail leads along with the most important cultural heritage objects of the city, the oldest of which dates back to the 6th c. The presented monuments testify to the unique tradition, history, and tourist value of the city. The object of special importance in this group is the Castle Chapel of the Holy Trinity which is an excellent example of the merging of Eastern and Western cultures.

Multicultural Trail

Wnętrze cerkwii

Lublin, with its specific character and peculiar beauty, differs strongly from other Polish cities because none of them combined so many religions and cultures. All the spots of this Trail reflect the multicultural character of the city and represent the most important elements of its cultural, social and religious mosaic.

Haritage Trail of the Lublin Jews

Brama Nowego Kirkutu

The Jews settled in Lublin as early as the second half of the 14th c., however, the Jewish community was officially established by Rabbi Jacob of Trento not earlier than in 1475. In the course of time, Lublin became strongly associated with Jewish orthodoxy, culture, cuisine, the Hebrew and Yiddish languages, and the development of Jewish scholarship. For this reason, the city was nicknamed Jewish Oxford and Jerusalem of Poland.

The Jagiellonian Trail of the Union of Lublin

Pieczęcie pod aktem unii lubelskiej

Lublin, situated on the old route between Cracow and Vilnius, was a witness to many historical events from the period of the Jagiellonian rule in Poland. One of the greatest achievements of the dynasty was the Polish-Lithuanian union signed in 1569, which turned the Kingdom of Poland and the Grand Duchy of Lithuania into a single state. The Jagiellonian Trail of the Union of Lublin aims to present places associated with this event and to commemorate the city’s ties with one of the greatest dynasties of then Europe.