Just a couple of decades ago, the Jewish community in Krakow, Poland, was down to a couple hundred people. In the last 10 years, one place is credited for a newly booming population.
Discovering A New Identity: How Krakow's Jewish Population Is Growing
The Jewish community in Krakow, Poland, is often associated with a painful history. Those living there say they're looking toward the future.
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