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Hotel "Silvia"

Situated on the border Zabrze and Gliwice. The facility includes two conference rooms. The interior tailored to the needs of the disabled.
ulica Knurowska 17
41-800 Zabrze
w mieście
Informacje ogólne
: hotel
: ***
: 32 274 85 08
: 32 274 85 09
: 32 274 85 10
Miejsca noclegowe
: 66
: 47
: centrum konferencyjne
: internet, mówimy po angielsku, mówimy po niemiecku, parking strzeżony, tv/sat
Sala konferencyjna
: Tak
: 2 sale konferencyjne (16 i 70 osobowe)
: whole year

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Shaft "Maciej" is a complex of buildings of the former coal mine “Concordia” (later “Pstrowski”) situated in Maciejów, a district of Zabrze. Coal was already mined in this region in the first half of the nineteenth century. The history of the shaft dates back to the beginning of the twentieth century, when in the area of the mine "Concordia” the tenth shaft called the "Westschacht" was dug out. After 1945, it was renamed "Maciej". The complex had been operating until the parent mine was shut down. Today, we can visit a headframe, from which we can admire the panorama of the urrounding areas, buildings of the shaft top, a hoisting machine and a drinking water intake.
The Church of the Holy Family in Gliwice located in district of Zatorze was built in the years 1899-1901, when heavy industry was developing rapidly on hitherto agricultural land between Zabrze and Gliwice, and workers’ settlements were being built near the factories. The neo-Gothic church designed on a Greek cross was erected thanks to the funds of Oscar Huldschinsky, the then owner of the nearby steel mill (formerly "Gliwice", then "May 1").
Zabrze botanical garden is located in the city center. The initiator of its creation was Berckling Fritz, a qualified building inspector of garden facilities, a native of Halle. The garden was established in the interwar years, at the time when Zabrze belonged to Germany. The Garden has been greatly enlarged in the postwar years, and today it comprises botanical parks and a playground with many facilities for children, and economic areas with greenhouses and palm house.
The present church of Saint Andrew the Apostle in Zabrze was built between 1863 and 1866. This building was erected in the neo-Romanesque, and in the subsequent years it was expanded and renovated several times. The church is on a rectangular plan. It has a tower with a belfry and it is decorated with pinnacles and stonework details. This is not the first shrine in this place.
The Church of St Joseph in Zabrze was built in 1930-1931. It is one of the most avant-garde and beautiful Modernist buildings in Silesia. It was designed by Dominikus Boehm, a world-class architect. The massive, brick block with a tower in the shape of a cuboid, multi-storey arcades in front of the entrance, rough, subtly lit interior, many hidden symbolic elements. These features make the church stand out from other sacred buildings in Zabrze.
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It is a family confectionery that was founded in early 1990s.
Coal mine Shaft Maciej is a complex of buildings of the former coal mine "Concordia", which is situated in the district of Zabrze - Maciejów. The interiors refer to the trends of post-industrial buildings. Here you can try an excellent meal and feel the unique atmosphere of this place.
The restaurant, located in the walls of the old school, organizes receptions, banquets and company meetings.
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