Guest House INTER-STOP is located on the main street of Ruda Slaska, 1-go Maja (Halemba). Directions to the A4 motorway in just 2 minutes!
INTER-STOP "offers accommodation of high standard internationally. Each room has a bathroom with shower, toilet, fridge, kettle, satellite TV and radio equipment and Internet access. Apartments for families with children; accepted payment kat: Visa, MasterCard. Parking lots and garages for guests. Within 200 m - 3 restaurants.
Currently, We offer 22 beds. Rooms are 1, 2, 3 - personal. Children from 4 to 14 years: night with breakfast 50 zł, without breakfast 30 zł, Room for staff price per person from 50 zł. Children aged up to 4 years old - free of charge (no separate beds) DISCOUNTS over 3 days Ability to negotiate prices The hotel welcomes guests with pets - retaliation 20 PLN / day.
The hotel reserves the right to change prices. All prices include VAT
For further information I give the Hotel Reception.
41-706 Ruda Śląska
Commune: Ruda Śląska
Location: in the city/town
: guest rooms and apartments
: 32 344 78 90
: 781 288 523
: firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com
: www.inter-stop.pl www.pokoje.slask.pl
: whole year
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The church of Our Lady of the Rosary in Ruda Śląska Halemba
was built between 1889 and 1890. This simple Eclectic
structure was built with parishioners’ money on the plot
donated by Count Hugo von Donnersmarck. The church
houses among others a chalice donated by President Lech
Kaczynski and an etraordinary monstrance made from coal.
The manor house, sometimes called the palace, is
located in Halemba, the southernmost district of
Ruda Śląska. It was built by the then owners of
these lands, Counts von Donnersmarck, in the mideighteenth century. At that time, a steel mill with
one of the first blast furnace was operating in the
village of Halemba, which lay on the border with
the state of Pszczyna. The manor was erected on a
rectangular plan and covered with a mansard roof.
It was the residence of the counts during their stay
in the village, and now, it houses the city library.
The origins of the church in Wirek are quite
remarkable. The first chapel of Saint Lawrence
was built in the mid-nineteenth century to serve
the prisoners of the local prison. The present
church of Saints Anthony and Lawrence was built
in 1907-1909. This brick, three-nave basilica
refers to both Gothic and Romanesque
architecture. The mighty westwork with a tower
in the middle is particularly impressive.
The „Ficinus” workers’ settlement in Wirek, a district of Ruda Śląska, is probably not so knowm and impressive as Giszowiec or Nikiszowiec in Katowice, but it has its own style and extraordinary features. The houses lining Pawła St were built in 1860s not of brick, but of sandstone extraxted from the Slesian quarries. The Miners working in the nearby mine Gottessegen, which means God’s Blessing, lived in these houses.
The historic brick headframe „Andrzej" rises in Wirek, a district of Ruda Śląska. It was built in the 1870s. Its original name was "Aschenborn". It was part of the coal mine "Gottessegen" ("Blessing of God"), and operated until 1969. It is a rare, four-sided structure. It is topped with crenellation, resembling medieval defensive bastions.
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