While I have now moved to Reymontowka for language camps, I'm still remembering and reflecting on my visit to Tarnow.
The stele on the right as you view the picture is in honor of Norbert Lippoczy. He was born in Tallya, near Tokay. He came to Tarnow in 1929. At the beginning of World War II he was arrested by the Soviet Union Secret Police and imprisoned there for several years, and then held there even after release from a harsh prison. He finally was able to return to Tarnow in 1953. He enjoyed collecting transparencies, Dutch tiles, and ecclesiastical statuaries. .He gave much of his collection to the Diocesan Museum in Tarnow as a reflection of his gratitude for the support of the people of Tarnow to the Hungarians during the 1956 uprising. He was also the co-founder of Tarnow's Association of Hungarian friends.
Finding this all was quite a surprise.