A general plan of Kraków (Cracow, Krakau, Krakow, קרקוב) under the German occupation of World War II, undated; from the timeline of the Jewish ghetto in the Podgórze district, the map date is estimated 1941~1942. Four zones are highlighted by hand, including the town center ('mixed/business district', A), initial German residential area (B), extended German residential area (C), and the ghetto ('Jewish residential', D). Streets are labeled with their Polish names; some are Germanized. The Kazimierz district is shown, including two Jewish cemeteries; key churches are indicated, but not synagogues; utility plants there are labeled. Original image courtesy of the Jewish Historical Institute in Warsaw, Poland.