New Synagogue (Polish: Nowa Synagoga, Nowa Synagoga w Tarnowie) was the largest synagogue in Tarnów, Poland. It was built from 1865 to 1908, with the long period of construction due to lack of funds. The synagogue was set on fire by the Nazis in November 1939. The fire lasted three days but the building did not collapse; it was blown up instead.
You showed us the Old Synagogue,there was also New Synagogue, destroyed in 1939. The remains of it can still be seen in Tarnów, I remember visiting this place in 1980s when they started taking care of it.
I was aware of the fact that there was an Old Synagogue and a New Synagogue in Tarnów, both were destroyed in 1939. It is good that the remains of the Synagogue can still be seen in Tarnów. Something like the Kaiser-Wilhelm-Gedächtniskirche in Berlin ( nl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kaiser-Wilhelm-Ged%C3%A4chtniskirche ). We have to remember the terrible past, by showing elements of the destruction which took place, and we have to say over and over again, 'Never Again'.
We should never allow systematic mass murder after discrimination of certain classes, races or ethnic groups and racism like the Armenian genocide, the Holodomor in Uraine and the Holocaust in Europe, the ethnic cleanssing and genocide in Bosnia (Srebrenica) again to take place in Europe.
It is good to hear that you remember visiting this place in 1980s and that they started taking care of it. In the way the Poles preserve Jewish heritage, they preserve Polish history, culture and tradition, because that Polish jewish heritage is part of the larger Polish cultural heritage and history.
Inowrocław Synagogue was one of two synagogues in Inowrocław, Poland. The structure was built in 1908, with funds provided almost entirely by Leopold Levy. After Nazi Germany's invasion of Poland in 1939, the Nazis attempted to turn it into a bathhouse or swimming pool, but were unable to so they destroyed it. Today, the site of the building is occupied by a statue of Polish literary figure Jan Kasprowicz, who was born on the outskirts of the city in the village of Szymborze. The site of the synagogue has recently been renamed Skwer Jan-Paweł II (John-Paul II Square). The other synagogue was in Ulica Rzeźnicka, it is not known when it was demolished but it is believed some time in the 1980s, and a private house now stands there.