#Zapamietani – your photos at the permanent exhibition of the Sybir Memorial Museum
Together, we are creating The Sybir Memorial Museum!
The Church Smelling of Taiga
We conversed with Father Krzysztof Korolczuk, a Jesuit who has been working in Tomsk Oblast and in the city of Tomsk for four years.
The affairs of Father Krzysztof. We were in Siberian Bialystok
Father Krzysztof roughly wipes the dashboard of a large pickup truck from the dust as if he wanted to justify himself in this way for not having time to clean it.
The Second Sybir Memorial Run
Over 1,000 people participated in the day and the night run on 08/02/2020.
80th Anniversary Of The First Mass Deportation To The East
On 10th February marks exactly 80 years since the first mass deportation to Siberia.
New Year's Meeting For The Sybir Memorial Museum's Friends
On Thursday (30/01) Siberian deportees and their relatives visited the new headquarters of the Museum.
MEMORY PELLETON 17.09 HAS COME FOR THE THIRD TIME!
September 17, 1939 is a special and symbolic date for many people from Białystok. The Soviet aggression onto Poland brought for inhabitants of our region a time of deportations, wanderings, breakups of families and trauma of exile to Siberia and to Kazakhstan.