An artisitic instalation commemorating a wooden bridge that existed since 26. January 1942 and connected the so called big and small ghetto. The Footbridge became a symbol of the Warsaw Ghetto; e.g. it was depicted in Roman Polański's film "The Pianist". The instalation, designd by Tomasz Tusch-Lec, composes of two pairs of metal poles that connect opitcal fiber cables which project the shape of the former footbridge over Chłodna Street and its handrail.
Footbridge of Memory
on the corner of Żelazna Street