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Warsaw. Prohibition of stopping and parking on several streets. Buses 111 and 180 will follow changed routes

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Wednesday marks the 80th anniversary of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising. The main celebrations will take place at the POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews and its immediate vicinity, which is why stopping and parking will be prohibited on Anielewicza, Karmelicka, Lewartowskiego, Nalewki and Zamenhofa streets. Bus lines 111 and 180 will follow changed routes.

Due to the celebrations, restrictions will be introduced on the roads in the vicinity of POLIN and the Monument to the Ghetto Heroes. Throughout Wednesday, April 19, there will be a ban on stopping and parking on the streets of Anielewicza, Karmelicka, Lewartowskiego, Nalewki and Zamenhofa.

In addition, sections of Anielewicza, Lewartowskiego and Zamenhofa streets, in the area of ​​Bohaterów Getta Warszawskiego Square, will be closed from 6 am to about 3 pm. from Andersa and Świętojerska Streets in Anielewicza, while from Jana Pawła II Avenue they will only get to the roundabout at the intersection with Karmelicka Street, where they will have to turn left or right. Zemenhofa Street will be divided into two sections – from the south it will be accessible only to Anielewicza, where there will be a turn order towards Anders. From the north, however, drivers will only reach Lewartowskiego and there they will be directed again towards Stawki Street. During this time, Nalewki Street will have a dead end – you will be able to leave it only to Dubois Street.

READ: “50,000 people were hiding underground during the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising”

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Public transport will take detours

There are also difficulties with public transport. At the same time, bus lines 111 and 180 will also run detours. Buses 111, going in the direction of Gocław, from the intersection of Anielewicza Street and Jana Pawła II Avenue, they will turn right into the latter, reach Nowolipka and continue towards Andersa. On the way to the Esperanto terminus, at the intersection of Nowolipki and Zamenhoff, they will turn into Nowolipki, pass through Smocza and continue their basic route from Anielewicza Street.

180, in the direction of Wilanów, at the intersection of Anielewicza Street and Aleja Jana Pawła II, they will turn left to reach their route via Stawki, Muranowska and Bonifraterska Streets. In the direction of Chomiczówka, buses from the intersection of Świętojerska, Andersa and Anielewicza will go to Andersa (left), then Nowolipki and Smocza to Anielewicza, and to their route.

The Warsaw Ghetto Uprising broke out on April 19, 1943 and lasted until May 16. The immediate cause of the uprising, initiated by Jewish underground armed formations in the Warsaw Ghetto, was the decision of the Germans to liquidate the Warsaw Ghetto as part of the plan to exterminate European Jews. The uprising of the Warsaw Ghetto insurgents in 1943 was the first military operation of such a large scale undertaken against the Germans.

READ: “Only memory can save us from further monstrous evil.”

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