St. Florian and St. Catherine Church built in the first half of the 17th century in the northern renaissance style, rare in the region of Lublin. The church was conceived and designed as a defensive structure, with double brick walls with the interstitial space of about one meter. Inside the church, our attention is drawn by the main altar from the 17th century, the renaissance pulpit supported by two confessionals, and the Baroque pipe organs.
Gołąb houses the only one in Poland Museum of unusual bikes, whose founder and curator is Józef Konstanty Majewski. Visitors can learn everything about the history of two-wheelers, see them, and even try the horizontal bikes, circus bikes and many others. Children will be delighted to mount the galloping bikes, while parents will surely enjoy pulling their offspring in the cycle rickshaws.
In the area of Polesie, a unique necropolis in the Lublin region can be found, where remains of 20,000 German soldiers who died in the East of Poland during WWII lie. The cemetery was built by the People’s German War Graves Commission between the years 1996 and 2000, and today it is the youth from the whole of Europe who takes care of its maintenance. Names of identified soldiers have been placed on the stone plagues, and there is a notice over the entrance: The deceased in all wars appeal for peace.