Lista obiektów i miejsc w pobliżu
  • Cultural Heritage
    Katowice
    Silesia City Center in Katowice is one of the largest in Silesia - a shopping, service and entertainment centres located west of the city centre, adjacent to the green spaces of the Silesian Park. The center was built on the site of the former coal mine "Eminencja" (later "Gottwald"). Therefore, millions of customers can admire a winding tower and brick buildings of the machine and boiler stations.
  • Cultural Heritage
    Katowice
    The church of Saint Joseph in Katowice is located a few kilometers from the city center, in the district of Załęże. This impressive, neo-Gothic church was designed by famous architect Ludwik Schneider. The building was erected between 1898 and 1900, but an independent parish was separated two years earlier. The residents of Załęże, shocked by the catastrophe in the mine "Kleofas" in 1896, dedicated to Saint Joseph, the patron of good death.
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    Chorzów
    The Silesian Amusement Park in Chorzów is the largest and oldest funfair in Poland. For decades, residents of Silesia and tourists have been entertained by many attractions. Everyone, regardless of age, can find something for themselves: from family entertainment to extreme experiences. From the most popular and biggest carousel in Poland called Big Star you can enjoy panoramic views of the area (gondolas rise to more than 45 m) and we will ride the Tornado rollercoaster at a speed of 60 km/h!
  • Cultural Heritage
    Katowice
    The building of the Adam Mickiewicz III Secondary Comprehensive School is the pride of one of the most important streets of Katowice - Mickiewicz Street. The history of the school dates back to the 70s of the nineteenth century, and the building itself was completed in 1900. It was designed by Józef Perzik, who gave it the neo-Gothic building character. The building was erected of brick and stone. It is decorated with impressive turrets over the roof and projections with fine tops and a rosette in the main façade.
  • Cultural Heritage
    Katowice
    The Mickiewicz Street in Katowice is one of the showpiece streets of the capital of Upper Silesia. Its "career" began in the second half of the nineteenth century, as the Nadbrzeżna Street, and later was called the Augusta Schneider Street. We can find a lot of interesting historical buildings from the turn of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, such as the neo-Gothic edifice of the Adam Mickiewicz III secondary school, Art Nouveau and Modernist buildings, and modern skyscrapers.
  • Cultural Heritage
    Katowice
    The Goldstein Villa in Katowice, also known as the Palace of the Goldsteins, or the Palace of the Industrialists, is a neo-Renaissance building, located in the western part of downtown Katowice, on the corner of today’s Jan Matejko Street and Plac Wolności (Freedom Square - formerly Wilhelmsplatz). It was built by Abraham and Józef Goldstein in 1872. They were rich Jews who came from the area annexed by Russia, and who for some time ran businesses in Upper Silesia.
  • Cultural Heritage
    Katowice
    The area around the General Józef Ziętek Roundabout in Katowice is one of the most recognizable places in the capital of Upper Silesia. Even today visitors are impressed by the bold shape of the Sport and Show Arena known as Spodek ("Saucer in Polish). On the opposite side of the roundabout there is the Monument of the Silesian Insurgents and close to it the bronze statue of General Ziętek. An unusual memento of the communist times is the so-called Super Unit. A more recent landmark is "Rondo Sztuki", a an art and cultural centre.
  • Cultural Heritage
    Katowice
    Since its beginnings in 1865, the history of the industrial city of Katowice was inextricably linked to the presence of Jews. At that time, the Jewish community gained great importance, both in the economic and in social life. In 1868, the young Jewish community founded its cemetery at Kozielska Street. There are 1,500 graves preserved to this day, among them the beautiful tombs of the distinguished Jewish families of the Gruenfeldsów, Goldsteins, Panofskys, and many others.
  • Cultural Heritage
    Katowice
    The buildings housing the District Court offices in Katowice and a former prison complex (now a remand center) are located in the city center, in the vicinity of the intersection of Andrzeja and Mikołowska Streets. The building, which originally housed the Royal District Court, consists of two parts built in 1889 and 1913 respectively. At the turn of the twentieth century, a complex of the prison buildings with the residences of the prison governor and guards were also erected in the vicinity.