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Category: Gastronomy
Gar Czar

Home-cooked meals.
Location
street Młyńska 8
44-100 Gliwice
Gliwice
Silesia, Upper Silesian Agglomeration
in the city/town centre
General Information
: bar
: Polish
Contact data
: +48323006514
: http://www.bar-gliwice-pmqkl.firmet.pl/
Availability
: whole year
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Gliwice
The edifice of the present-day District Court in Gliwice was erected in the middle of the nineteenth century for the needs of the newly established Land Court. At first, it served the Prussian and then the German judiciary continuously until 1945. It is an Eclectic building with some elements of neo-Classicism referring to Italian Romanesque and Renaissance art with characteristic, two-colour clincker bricks.
Gliwice
Gliwice was located in the middle of the thirteenth century. At this time coincided with the establishment of the oldest parishes in the city, which operates from the fifteenth century, dedicated to All Saints. The present parish church was built at the turn of the fifteenth and sixteenth century, in the Gothic style. Fire destroyed the temple several times, and after a further restorations not recovered the previous appearance of the original. The most distinctive feature is a massive tower open to the public,.
Gliwice
The history of the Gliwice parish church of the Holy Cross is connected to two orders. The Baroque church was built in the seventeenth century by the Franciscans, after the conflagration of the older church. It is worth emphasizing that after being rebuilt in the 1920s, the church was deprived of stylistic features. From that time on, to the present day, there has been a Redemptorist monastery, here. Inside the church, it is worthwhile to see old furnishings and a number of seventeenth-and eighteenth-century sculptures.
Gliwice
“Villa Caro” is located in the center of Gliwice, at Dolnych Wałów Street. It was built in the 1880s in the style in which the then richest entrepreneurs in Gliwice used to erect their residences. The villa was built for Oscar Caro, who managed such family businesses as the Hermina steel plant in Łabędy and an iron industry company. The interior of the villa has preserved the spectacular décor of the era. Today, the building is the seat of the Gliwice Museum. It also houses the "Reading Room of Art", which is a gallery of contemporary art. One can see here interesting exhibitions and participate in educational and artistic events.
Gliwice
Gliwice is one of the major Upper Silesian cities, which can boast of the well preserved medieval urban layout. Its centre forms a square marketplace with the centrally located town hall. The first wooden town hall was probably erected as early as the end of the thirteenth century. It was later replaced with a brick one. The present-day nimeteenth-century, Clsssicist town hall stands on its Gothic foundations.
Gliwice
Gliwice belongs to the old city in Silesia, which has retained its medieval urban layout in the center. We do not know the exact date of granting city rights to Gliwice, but it was probably as early as in the thirteenth century. In the fourteenth century, the city on the Kłodnica river was surrounded by defensive walls. They protected the market square with the town hall and the nearby church of All Saints. The town had a gridiron plan. All these medieval features have survived to this day almost unchanged.
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