Explore the Jerusalem of the East. Lublin belongs to one of those cities in Poland where Hebrew culture did develop. That is why Lublin was called Jerozolima Królestwa Polskiego (Jerusalem of Polish Kingdom) or Żydowski Oxford (Jews Oxford). We begin our route with visiting stone obelisk at Plac Zamkowy (Zamkowy Square). Next we go to old synagogal complex and then to Stary Kirkut (Old Kirkut) at Kalinowszczyzna Street. Near there is a Nowy Kirkut (New Kirkut) at Walecznych Street. Next stop is an old Mędrców-Jesziwa University from 1930'. Next there is an old Jew Hospital (Szpital Żydowski), an old Dom Ludowy (Folk House) named after Icchak Lejba Perec in 1936. There is also Pomnik Ofiar Getta (Getto Victims Memorial), Budynek Dawnej Siedziby Komitetu Żydów w Polsce (an old Jews Committee Seat in Poland) and Wojewódzki Komitet Żydów w Lublinie (Regional Jews Committee in Lublin), old Jews House. The route ends with Brama Grodzka (Grodzka Gate), which used to divide an old polish Lublin from the Jews Lublin. Nowadays there, is a Teatr NN (The NN Theatre) here, which studies the history of Jews in Lublin. Sign: blue, the time of wander 3-4 hours.