Stikliu Street

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This street is pleasantly animated by artisans' workshops (visitors may observe them in action - ask at the tourist office), yet it has a tragic history in the dark annals of Jewish persecution. Along with surrounding streets - note their names - it formed the Jewish Little Ghetto, the destruction of which in the Second World War is attested to today by a kind of no-man's land. Two faces, two stories.

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Stikliu g.

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