A new traveling outdoor exhibition about the history of Polish Jews is making its way through five cities in Poland following a successful showing in Croatia and Norway.

Titled “They Fill No Space: Reviving the Memory of Polish Jews in Public Spaces,” the exhibit features 30 murals that present topics about Polish Jews and the history of Jewish life in the country. The murals focus on Polish-Jewish relations and efforts to remember those relationships by urban activists and by local associations.

After being on display last month in Lublin, the traveling exhibition is now in Warsaw. It is scheduled to travel to Krakow to be placed in front of the Old Synagogue in the Jewish section of Kazimierz, and then to Lodz and Rzeszow. Each exhibition will be accompanied by educational and cultural events organized in collaboration with local partners.

In 2022, the exhibition will be featured at the Holocaust Museum in Slovakia.