POINTS OF INTEREST
This is the only street in Jewish Warsaw where tenement buildings have been preserved on both sides of the street. It's a melancholy sight, reflecting a world that has all but disappeared. The Lauder Foundation has instigated a plan to restore the street to its original state. No. 9 belonged to Zelman Nożyk, founder of the ghetto synagogue. Since 2004, ulica Próżna and the neighbouring square, Plac Grzybowski, become a stage for the "Singer's Warsaw" Jewish Culture Festival in the summer.