Korets is part of a cross-border route that connects the shtetls of Poland, Ukraine and Belarus under the name ,,shtetl Ways. Travel on the forgotten continent”, because this territory was a zone of Jewish settlement. A large cultural layer of this nation was destroyed by the Second World War.. In the city of numerous synagogues, schools, libraries, printing houses, hospitals, pharmacies, which were owned by Jews, only memories remain. Unfortunately, the surrounding area of the city- the Shitnya tract, the village of Sukhovolya, and the village of Kozak became "black" for the Korets Jewish community. To this disappointing list, we can add the village of Velyki Mezhyrichi in the Korets district, where most of the local Jews were killed. Memorial signs have been erected at the sites of mass shootings of victims of the Holocaust in the early 1990s at the expense of the public organization "Korets Jews in Israel and abroad". In 2018, this list was expanded - a symbolic Wall of memory of the Mezhyrichi Jewish community was erected. In Korets, the street where the Jewish ghetto was located has been preserved. If necessary, employees of the historical museum help in recreating the family tree, searching for the names of those who died during the Holocaust, and the places of residence of the Jews in the Korets area.
The cost includes:
Tour service at all locations, consultation on the nearest filling station, medical care, accommodation and catering facilities.
The tour price does not include: medical care, insurance, food, transportation, individual expenses for the purchase of souvenirs, translation support, archival genealogical research.
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