|Lutowiska. Photo (c) Ruth Ellen Gruber|
By Ruth Ellen Gruber
I posted recently on the exemplary fashion in which Jewish heritage sites are cared for and put on local tourism and heritage itineraries in the remote village of Lutowiska in the far southeast corner of Poland.
There is even more signage point the way to the Jewish cemetery there now, thanks to the support of the Michael Traison Fund for Poland, the Community Office of Lutowiska and the Foundation for the Preservation of Jewish Heritage in Poland (FODZ) which erected a new information plaque and road sign.
Michael's fund, the FODZ and the Town Office of Starachowice also put up two new road signs marking the way to the local Jewish cemetery there (where I have never been).