THE Polish factory where Oskar Schindler famously shielded more than 1,000 Jews from the Holocaust is being turned into a museum and art gallery.

The Emalia factory on the outskirts of Krakow has barely been touched since the end of the Second World War and has become a must-see destination for hundreds of thousands of tourists.

The centre for one of the most unlikely humanitarian operations ever seen will feature works by young artists in an effort to turn the building into a symbol of peace and creativity. Full story.