Lista obiektów i miejsc w pobliżu
  • Cultural Heritage
    Bobolice
    The Bobolice castle is located on a picturesque, rocky hill. It is one of the most famous fortresses lying along the Trail of the Eagles' Nests, in the center of the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland. The castle is situated less than a half hour walk from the twin fortress in Mirów. There are also trails for longer hikes towards the area of the Rzędkowice and Kroczycze Rocks and other attractive places in the Upland. The castle is an example of the building which after centuries of being a ruin was rebuilt in modern times.
  • Cultural Heritage
    Cynków
    The church of Saint Lawrence in Cynków (near Koziegłowy) was built in the seventeenth century. What fairly unusual, we know the name of the builder. It was Walenty Ruray, a carpenter from Pyskowice. The wooden building was erected in a special vertical-post log construction. That is the only church in Silesia built in this way. The walls and roof are covered with shingle. Above the roof, there is a metal turret.
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    Choroń
    The Church of St John the Baptist in Choroń stands on a lofty ridge, and thus it dominates the landscape of this part of the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland. The church was built in the late sixteenth century, as a branch of the parish in Przybynów. It is a small building with a polygonal main tower and a small turret. Note the nice, Renaissance portals. In the vicinity of the church, in 1939, there was a bloody battle of Polish soldiers against the German army.
  • Cultural Heritage
    Dąbrowa Górnicza
    "The ""Sztygarka"" City Museum in Dąbrowa Górnicza boats almost a century-old tradition. Originally, the museum specialized only in collecting geological exhibits. At present, it also possesses archaeological, historical, ethnographic, travel and natural history collections. The museum, located in the former mining administration building, which later housed the school of mining, was built in the first half of the nineteenth century. Close to the ""Sztygarka"", there is a drill mine open to the public."
  • Cultural Heritage
    Mysłowice
    "The origins of the Central Museum of Firefighting in Mysłowice date back to 1974, when a social committee to organize the museum was established. Already after a year, one could see an exhibition house in the building of the old police prison. Since the early 90s of the last century, the museum has been operating in its present location. Everyone will be interested in its great collection of firefighting equipment, uniforms, decorations and medals, anners, archives and many other exhibits."
  • Cultural Heritage
    Katowice
    "The largest private art gallery in Poland is situated in Janów, a district east of the city center of Katowice. It is located in the pithead building and the bathroom at the shaft ""Wilson"" in the Coal Mine ""Wieczorek"". The gallery boasts of an exhibition area of nearly 2500 square meters! Monica Paca and Johannes opened the gallery, by inviting a group of artists, musicians, actors and other artists, and lovers of contemporary art. The gallery is located on the Industrial Monuments Route of the Silesian voivodeship. "
  • Cultural Heritage
    Bytom
    As the process of the revitalization of brownfield sites is still underway, not abandoned or underused industrial and commercial facilities have been redeveloped or reused. One of the first examples of the adaptation of an industrial plant for residential purposes is Bolko Loft within the premises of the former Mining and Metallurgical Plant “Biały Orzeł” - "White Eagle" in Bytom. The project was immediately recognized, and in 2006, it was selected in the competition -"Poland. Icons of architecture”, as one of the 20 most interesting architectural projects in Poland after 1989.
  • Cultural Heritage
    Bytom
    The water tower standing at Oświęcimska Street in Bytom, is worth of interest due to its innovative design and form, which is an expression of functionalism, which at the time of its construction was a fashionable architectural style. The tower was erected in 1934-1935 on pillars and on deep foundations, which protect the 44- meter tall building from the effects of mining tremors. The tower was built of reinforced concrete and, in particular, of high-quality portland cement.
  • Cultural Heritage
    Katowice
    Dział Etnologii Miasta mieści się w gmachu dawnej pralni, magla oraz łaźni, stanowiącym integralną część zabytkowego osiedla robotniczego Nikiszowiec w Katowicach. Na ekspozycjach zobaczyć można wnętrza typowego mieszkania górniczego na Nikiszowcu oraz prześledzić cykl prania, maglowania i suszenia stosowany 100 lat temu.
  • Cultural Heritage
    Katowice
    The housing estate of Nikiszowiec together with nearby Giszowiec in Katowice is one of the most interesting examples of the workers’ colonies in Europe from the late nineteenth and early twentieth century. The both settlements designed at the request of the Georg von Giesche’s Erben Company by eminent architects from Berlin - Emil and Georg Zillmann. The construction of Nikiszowiec began in 1908 and ended in 1919. Nine brick blocks public buildings and even a church were built.