WARSAW, Poland -- A new exhibition at Warsaw's Jewish history museum shows how the Jewish community and the city interacted with and influenced each other for centuries until World War II.
The "Warszawa, Warsze" -- "Warsaw" in Polish and Yiddish -- exhibition opens Friday at the new Museum of the History of Polish Jews, and will run through June 30. It uses films, daily use objects, pictures and sound recordings to recreate the atmosphere of Jewish life.
The multimedia core exhibition is to open later this year and will document the thousand-year-long history of Jewish life and culture in Poland.
The museum building -- located on territory that was the Warsaw Ghetto during World War II -- is already open to visitors, serving as a cultural and educational center offering films and lectures.