Poland is not a multinational country but multicultural. Our Polish history and Jewish history is strictly connected. Before WWII Jews were a big minority in my country so you can find a lot of places connected with this nation here.
Lelow is 35 km east of Czestochowa. It is a small, picturesque town . Lelow is a place of burial of famous tzadik , David Biderman. At the turn of January and February his ohel (grave) is visited by Hassidic Jews from all over the world. Next to the ohel there is a synagogue.
|Synagogue in Lelow|
In Lelow you should also try a regional delicacy "cholent" Cholent is a Jewish Sabath stew, made of kosher meat, potatoes, kasha and spices. Polish housewives have modified it a little, naming it locally as"ciulim".