The synagogue was built in the second half of the XIX century, under the Jewish architect and engineer’s plan, Abraham Goldstein. The exact date of the termination of the construction was 1st of April 1863. During the World War I the synagogue was destroyed and later on rebuilt just to be devastated again and used
Museum of Powiśle Dąbrowski2020-09-01T23:12:09+02:00
The museum was established in 1983 on the initiative of the Society of Friends of the Dąbrowa Land and the Dąbrowski Cultural Center. Initially, it operated within the structures of the Cultural Center, and after that within the Municipal Public Library. In 2012, it was transferred and incorporated into the structures of the Center for
Entrance gate to the non-existent Lubomirski Palace2020-09-01T23:09:49+02:00
Only the baroque gate has remained of the palace in Dąbrowa Tarnowska. After the war, a church was built on the castle hill. The magnificent gate is integrated into the church fence and resembles a triumphal arch. It gives an idea of the former glory of the non-existent palace, whose rich furnishings were almost legendary.