On a slanting square in the centre of Będzin, among the trees, between the medieval castle towering over the town and the busy ul. Kołłątaja, there is a tefillin-shaped memorial. Raised in 1993 to commemorate Będzin Jews murdered during WWII, it stands precisely at the former location of the Great Synagogue burnt by Germans in September 1939.
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Apart from listening to Celtic music there were also open workshops of Breton, Irish, Scottish and Balfolk dancing. The courtyard of the culture centre hosted Galeony Baśni and a lecture on the beginnings of Christianity in Scotland.