On June 3, 2021, a special ceremony took place at the Okopowa Street Jewish Cemetery in Warsaw. On this month’s 125th anniversary of Ludwik Natanson’s death, corporators from the Polonia Convention and representatives of the Jewish Religious Community met at the cemetery to commemorate this outstanding doctor, social activist, community leader and philistine of the Polonia Convention. The last time a ceremony with the participation of flagship posts of Polish academic corporations at the Okopowa Street Jewish Cemetery in Warsaw took place in the interwar period. The Sunday meeting was a good excuse to restore Ludwik Natanson’s tomb – the works are organized by the Cultural Heritage Foundation and financed by the Polonia Convention and the Jewish Community in Warsaw.
Restoring the graves of distinguished people buried in the Jewish cemetery in Warsaw can be a good example for other organizations.
More information and photos from the event available at wyborcza.pl.