Schindler's museum of art in PolandOskar Schindler entered history when he saved approximately 1,200 Jews from concentration camps during World War II, as memorably recounted in Steven Spielberg’s 1993 film. He established his own factory in Krakow, where he protected his Jewish employees from deportation by falsifying the employee registers, changing workers’ age, and inventing job descriptions related to the war effort.

Now Schindler’s Poland factory is taking on a new mission becoming a contemporary art museum.

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