Falenica is a part of Wawer, one of districts of Warsaw, located on
the right bank of the Vistula, in the far southeastern corner of the
city. Until 1951 it was a separate village, then it became part of
Warsaw. Before the Second World War Falenica, which is located in a
forested area, was a favorite location for summer cottages and houses.
World War II
World War II
World War II the Germans opened a Jewish ghetto there, called
Falenica-Miedzeszyn Ghetto. All of its inhabitants were transported to
Treblinka in August 1942.
Falenica is located along the main rail
line, which connects
Warsaw with Lublin.
Falenica Home Page and Forum - News, informations, forum, discussion
Falenica.pl - first
Falenica Home Page (rare updates)
Jewish Community in
Falenica at Virtual Shtetl
Falenica, Poland at JewishGen
Coordinates: 52°10′02″N 21°12′38″E / 52.167287°N
21.210491°E / 52.167287; 21.210491
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Aleksandrów • Anin,
Falenica (Błota • Falenica) •
Las • Marysin Wawerski (Glinki • Marysin Wawerski) • Miedzeszyn
• Międzylesie (Międzylesie • Wiśniowa Góra) • Nadwiśle
(Julianów • Kuligów • Skrzypki • Wólka Zerzeńska •
Zatrzebie) • Radość (Nowy Miedzeszyn • Radość • Zagóźdź
• Zbójna Góra) • Sadul •
Wawer • Zerzeń (Borków • Zbytki