Szczegóły atrakcji turystycznej
Kategoria: Cultural Heritage

Diorama żydowska w Izbie Tradycji Ziemi Lelowskiej


Unikalna, druga w Polsce, diorama o tematyce żydowskiej, autorstwa Romana Woźniaka, malarza i rzeźbiarza z Krakowa, atrakcją dla mieszkańców oraz gości odwiedzających Gminę Lelów. Diorama prezentuje najważniejsze zwyczaje oraz święta żydowskie. Każda z sytuacji prezentowana jest za pomocą niewielkiej, modelarskiej scenki obrotowej, wypełnionej dziesiątkami figurek wkomponowanych w charakterystyczną scenografię. Uzupełnieniem scenek jest głos lektora. W tle słychać tradycyjną żydowską muzykę.


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Lokalizacja
ulica Szczekocińska 31
42-235 Lelów
Lelów
Jura Krakowsko-Częstochowska
na wsi
Kontakt
: +48 343550090
Informacje ogólne
: ekspozycje/wystawy, kultury żydowskiej
Dostępność
: whole year

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Lelów
Lelów, a communal village, located in the north-eastern part of Silesia, was a town from the beginning of the fourteenth to the second half of the nineteenth century. King Casmir the Great ordered to locate a town on the present site. Its medieval urban layout has been preserved. It is characterized by an almost a square marketplace from whose corners streets run out. There are traces of defense walls and gate towers.
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250 years ago, the holy man David Biderman used to prophesy and do miracles both in Poland and abroad. He was also famous for his wisdom throughout the Jewish world. He founded a dynasty, which even today means a lot to the Jews both in Israel and in the United States. His grave is located in Lelów, a village near Częstochowa. It is a pilgrimage destination of devout followers of Hasidism.
Staromieście
Staromieście is the oldest and original part Lelów, which is called a “wandering town”, which changed its location in the fourteenth century. The local church is not the first in its place, because the parish probably existed here as early as the eleventh century. The present shrine is a building erected in the fourteenth century. It underwent several renovations in the following centuries, which completely changed its appearance. Inside the church, there is, among others, a fifteenth-century Gothic stone sculpture of the Madonna and Child.
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