Lazarus Family Monument, Slezna Street Jewish Cemetery, Wroclaw, Poland, 2012

Pigment print on archival paper, printed by David Kaufman

The Slezna Street Jewish cemetery in Wroclaw, now a city museum, was established in 1856 when the city was known as Breslau and was part of Prussia, later Germany. The Lazarus monument, like others in the cemetery, follows the German model and is architectural in design with refined sculpture and inscriptions in German and Hebrew.

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