Today, 383 years ago, in the year 1637, the Golden Rose was brought to her final resting place in the Chelkas HaRabbanim, in Lwow.

The Golden Rose [– or maybe not!?] see article.

The Golden Rose was known in Eastern-Polish-Yiddish as “Di Gildne Royze”. 

Her gravesite in Lwow was always crowded with wailing women who were coming to pray in her Z’chus.

WWII, not only erased a third of our nation; it sadly erased many known historical events from our nation’s memory. Whilst the Golden Rose was a known name not so long ago, today it’s another chapter in a dust collecting history book – not anymore. Read about her fascinating life, here.

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