I sent the Jewish related Podhajce websites to the Polish contact below...she is a part of a Polish (Catholic) group that goes to Podhajce every year...like the ruined schul, they have their ruined cathedral.
She sent the attached fotos of the schul, which sadly looks a bot worse than I remember it...a $40,000 grant was sent to an organization in Lviv and hopefully it should be fixed up a bit soon.
Thank you very much for your answer,
especially for links to websites! I read, watched pictures - these are photographs of old, before the war, from the days when the Podhajce people live well and safely, when everyone - the Poles, Jews, Ukrainians were friends, and if not, they were for themselves just neighbors . And I wanted to send you pictures of Podhajec how they look now, because I was there last year. It is a sad sight, the city is very neglected, destroyed both synagogue and church, overgrown cemetery, Polish, and Jewish graze a cow. Once again I repeat - a sad sight!
Kind regards, Jola