10 - Mikveh
The mikveh was established in 1914 as part of a wider complex of the Prague Jewish community. There was a synagogue right next to it. Before the war, there was a swimming pool in the mikveh, where pious Jews used to wash them rituals before the Sabbath and holidays. After the war, it was rebuilt and handed over to the activities of the Central Committee of Polish Jews. Inside, elements of the old décor have been preserved – floors and marble stairs. Currently building is a headquater of the Multicultural Humanistic High School. Jacek Kuroń.