Karolówka in 1910
Three images of the village of Karolówka as it looked on a market day in the summer of 1910.
Karolówka is a small village near Frampol / Biłgoraj in the Lublin Provice (Voivodeship) of eastern Poland. It is approximately 7 kilometres south-east of Frampol, 10 kilometres north of Biłgoraj, and 70 kilometres south of the regional capital Lublin. The current population of Karolowka is just over 200.
Related: old images of the nearby town of Frampol.
An early photograph of infantry soldiers gathered in Frampol at the start of the First World War.
A selection of old images of Frampol in Biłgoraj County near Lublin in south-east Poland.
A photograph of the centre of Frampol taken after the German bombardment of the town in September 1939.
The bookshop and church in Frampol, near Lublin, Poland, c.1971.
A couple things you might not know about Frampol:
- 90% of Frampol was destroyed in a raid carried out by the German Luftwaffe on September 13th 1939.
- Frampol, or a fictionalized version, is the setting of Isaac Bashevis Singer’s book Gimpel the Fool.
- With a population of just 1,400 Frampol is one of the smallest towns in Poland.