Pharmacy of Wulf Polones

1st January 1970
Jewish Quarters Attractions

A three-story building on Didžioji Street belonged to a Jew Bavilak, who rebuilt it after a fire in 1908, adding to the facade elements of the eclectic architecture. The ground floor was adopted for a shop and the other ones were residential premises. After World War I, the building’s owner was a Jew Wulf Polones, who established there a pharmacy. After the murder of Kėdainiai Jews in 1941, the pharmacy was nationalized and operated until 1988.

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