Lista obiektów i miejsc w pobliżu
  • Cultural Heritage
    Zabrze
    W 1983 roku dyrekcja KWK „Zabrze – Bielszowice” podjęła decyzję budowy nowej sztolni szkoleniowo-propagandowej, którą połączono ze starymi wyrobiskami dawnej kopalni „Królowa Luiza”. Powstała wzorcowa sztolnia szkoleniowa, doskonale imitująca prawdziwą kopalnię i posiadająca m.in. zmechanizowane ściany wydobywcze. Otwarcie całego zespołu wyrobisk, nazwanego Ośrodkiem Szkolenia Zawodowego i Propagandy Górnictwa przy KWK „Zabrze – Bielszowice”, nastąpiło w grudniu 1985 r. Współcześnie na bazie dawnego ośrodka szkoleniowego i wyrobisk „Królowej Luizy” powstał Park 12C, dedykowany przede wszystkim dla rodzinom z dziećmi i zorganizowanym grupom szkolnym.
  • Cultural Heritage
    Zabrze
    The water tower at Zamojskiego Street in Zabrze is one of the largest and most original buildings of this kind not only in Silesia, but also in the whole country. The tower was built in 1909. It is located on an elevated hill, which dominates over the surrounding area. The tower supplied water until after the war. The tower is supported by pillars placed on an octagonal plan and a central pillar. The part with the tank was covered with a mansard roof. The lower floors were occupied by workers’ flats and utility rooms.
  • Cultural Heritage
    Zabrze
    The Upper Silesian Breweries in Zabrze boast of more than a 150- year-old tradition and continue to brew beer nowadays. The first brewery in today's Zabrze was launched by Loebel Haendler in 1860. It was located at the road called The Way of the Heir to the Throne - later, the main street of the city - Wolności Street, which means Liberty Street. Beer from the HAENDLER brewery enjoyed great reputation - some brands were also popular outside Silesia. Today, the brewery is modern, however, a few pre-war buildings and traditional equipment for brewing beer have been preserved.
  • Cultural Heritage
    Zabrze
    Wolności Street (Liberty Street) in Zabrze is the thoroughfare of the city, and one of the longest in Poland. It stretches for almost 10 km, from the border with Ruda Śląska (in the east) to the Gliwice (in the west). While walking along Wolności Street, we will encounter, among others, three churches (including the historic wooden church of Saint Hedwig), the Mining Museum "Królowa Luiza (Queen Louise)" and the impressive building of the former hotel "Admiralspalast". In the central part the street is an elegant promenade of Zabrze
  • Cultural Heritage
    Zabrze
    ""Queen Louise"" in Zabrze is the oldest state-run coal mine in Upper Silesia. Its origins date back to 1791. In 1993, the Mining Heritage Park "Queen Louise” was opened in the mine. The biggest attraction is an underground tourist route with a length of over 1.5 km. A visit to the museum provides a unique opportunity to see up close the work of a miner, mining machines and devices, and even taste some of the Silesian dishes.
  • Cultural Heritage
    Zabrze
    The history of the Zabrze church of St Anne goes back to the end of the nineteenth century and is associated with the church and parish of St Andrew, from the local parish of Sr. Anne separated. The need to build a new church was caused by the development of the city and there a growing number of parishioners. The church of St Andrew, built in 1863-1866, could not accommodate them. In the late nineteenth, the parish numbered more than 30 thousand people and comprised the whole city of Zabrze.
  • Cultural Heritage
    Zabrze
    The Jewish cemetery in Zabrze is situated at the current Cmentarna Street. It was founded in the second half of the nineteenth century (1871), at the same time, when the Jewish community, and the nearest cemeteries were located in Gliwice and Bytom. Funerals were held here from 1872 to 1954. Some 500 tombstones have been preserved - both traditional tombstones and monumental tombs that were modelled on those ones we know from Christian cemeteries.
  • Cultural Heritage
    Zabrze
    One of the most interesting monuments in Zabrze is the house at 7 Cmentarna Street. This is an experimental building erected in 1927. Built on typical foundations, it has walls made of steel. It is currently the best example of this type of architecture that is represented in several other buildings, jokingly called "cans". These were prefabricated buildings, which were erected in less than a month.
  • Cultural Heritage
    Zabrze
    The historic building of the indoor swimming pool in Zabrze, currently operated by the Municipal Bath is one of the most interesting and oldest of its kind in Upper Silesia. After being completely renovated, the Modernist building attracts not only by its outward appearance, but also by new attractions, including, among others, a sauna, recreation rooms, a salt cave with the possibility of relaxing and therapeutic massage, and a gym.
  • Cultural Heritage
    Zabrze
    The Evangelical Church of Peace in Zabrze was built according to the design of counsel Kronenberg, a building counselor in 1874. It is a three-nave structure erected in the neo-Romanesque style. It is one of the oldest brick churches in the city.Of course,the history of the Protestants in this region is much older, going back to the first half of the sixteenth century. The Church of Peace, thanks to the renovation of the organ at the beginning of the twenty-first century, is also known as a venue for concerts.