Volodymyr Dyshlevuk

Volodymyr Dyshlevuk

I am a history and psychology graduate. On a daily basis, I cooperate with the “Grodzka Gate — NN Theater” Center and the ROOTKA travel agency. As a guide in Lublin, I would like to encourage tourists to discover the city with me.  For my walks I invite organized groups and individuals of all ages. I also run workshops: “How to show tours”  and “Interpretation of heritage in the work of a guide”. In my spare time, I’m a translator of poetry, plays, essays and diaries of Holocaust survivors. I approach each tour individually, taking into account the interests of individual tourists and groups.

Languages:
Polish, English, Russian, Ukrainian

Tours

The walk allows to discover a complicated but interesting history of the Jews of Lublin. The city was famous throughout Eastern Europe for rabbis and books.
Among the religious minorities living in Lublin, Greek Catholics seem to be almost unknown. But they have been in this city for four hundred years! During the walk, we will see places associated with centuries of the presence of Uniates in Lublin.
During the walk, we will visit the city from the less visible side, which most people try to avoid - from the side of death. Nowadays places directly related to the world of the dead are not particularly exposed to the city centre. But in the past it was different.