The Synagogue The Zambrow Synagogue burned down in the First Great Fire in the year 1895. The burned down edifice stood that way for thirteen years: four tall walls, with holes for windows and doors. Inside, tall trees grew of their own accord, wild trees and fruit trees.
To the Forest, the Forest! With Bow and Arrow! Zambrow Children from the three heders, and their teachers: Bercheh Sokol, Fyvel Zukrovich, and Zerakh Kagan, k"z, going to the Forest, with the National Flags at Front, On Lag B’Omer 1918.