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27th Jewish Culture Festival in Krakow: Opening Night through The Lens of Weronika Suchodolsha

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The opening party – The 27th Jewish Culture Festival in Krakow  was dedicated to Jerusalem. That is why the opening party refered to the biggest Jerusalem market, Mahane Yehuda. In the daytime it is the most popular market in the city, filled with the bustle of people, the smell of fresh vegetables, fruit, spices … After dark it turns into lively party space, with bars opening between the stalls, with live music and an international crowd. For one night  the market square near the Market Hall became the Krakow version of the Jerusalem shuck.  Stalls were closed, dance floor was made, a powerful dose of Middle Eastern music was provided  by a crew of DJs from Tel Aviv.

The Opening Party, The 27th Jewish Culture Festival, Krakow – By Weronika Suchodolska for the New York Jewish Travel Guide

The Opening Party, The 27th Jewish Culture Festival, Krakow – Weronika Suchodolska for the New York Jewish Travel Guide

The Opening Party, The 27th Jewish Culture Festival, Krakow – Weronika Suchodolska for the New York Jewish Travel Guide

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About the Artist/Photographer: Weronika Suchodolsha 

Weronika Suchodolska was born in 1986 in Krakow. In 2010 she received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Film Directing from the University of Silesia in Katowice and the Master’s degree from the Academy of Fine Arts in Krakow in 2016.

Since 2010 Weronika is a staff photographer of Israeli school and adult delegations to Jewish memorial sites in Poland. She also photographs Jewish families visiting Poland for roots trips providing photo documentation of the journeys.

weronika.suchodolska@gmail.com

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To plan a trip to Poland, contact the Polish National Tourist Office North America or log on to:

https://www.poland.travel/en  and www.krakow.pl

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