Map of the Town
by Józef Sztuczka
Translated by Jacek Pardyak
|The way to Urle
||Road to Kąty
||Behind the inn
||To the pond
||Osowica continued 
||Former horse market
|Hachnasat orchim 
||New houses by the brook
||Sunburned place 
||Pond - fish farming
|Beth ha-midrash 
||Osowica river 
|Road to the Beth ha-kwarot 
||Road to Borki and Wójty
||To the Zawiszyn, Brok and
||The priest's orchard
||Covered market with pork
|Key to the Map
- Shul = Jewish house of prayer. Return
- Hoyf = Jewish court. Return
- Hachnasat orchim = shelter for poor and wandering Jews. Return
- Mikveh = Jewish ritual bath. Return
- Beth ha-midrash = Jewish house of learning. Return
- Beth ha-kwarot = Jewish cemetery. Return
- Actually name of the river is Osownica. Return
- Tumah literally means Impurity. It is also pejorative way to name Catholic church. Return
- Taking into account the climate in Poland the author would have meant mowed rather than sunburned place. Return
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