The headquarters of Warsaw’s Jewish community, known as the “white building” shows signs of aging as its stands near Warsaw’s only surviving prewar synagogue, the Nozyk synagogue, and a new skyscraper in Warsaw, Poland, Friday, Jan. 25, 2013. The building, one of the few surviving remnants of the infamous Warsaw Ghetto, could be torn down to make way for a taller modern building, a plan that has angered advocates of historic preservation and sparked a battle to save the structure. The Jewish community defends the plan, saying it needs to build a larger and newer building on the spot to accommodate a growing community.(AP Photo/Czarek Sokolowski)

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The headquarters of Warsaw’s Jewish community, known as the “white building” shows signs of aging as its stands near Warsaw’s only surviving prewar synagogue, the Nozyk synagogue, and a new skyscraper in Warsaw, Poland, Friday, Jan. 25, 2013. The building, one of the few surviving remnants of the infamous Warsaw Ghetto, could be torn down to make way for a taller modern building, a plan that has angered advocates of historic preservation and sparked a battle to save the structure. The Jewish community defends the plan, saying it needs to build a larger and newer building on the spot to accommodate a growing community.(AP Photo/Czarek Sokolowski)
The headquarters of Warsaw’s Jewish community, known as the “white building” shows signs of aging as its stands near Warsaw’s only surviving prewar synagogue, the Nozyk synagogue, and a new skyscraper in Warsaw, Poland, Friday, Jan. 25, 2013. The building, one of the few surviving remnants of the infamous Warsaw Ghetto, could be torn down to make way for a taller modern building, a plan that has angered advocates of historic preservation and sparked a battle to save the structure. The Jewish community defends the plan, saying it needs to build a larger and newer building on the spot to accommodate a growing community.(AP Photo/Czarek Sokolowski)
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