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Category: Marked tourist route
Gliwice – Jaworzno (Krawędziowy GOP)
 
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WHERE FROM:
Gliwice
WHERE TO:
Jaworzno

Pieszy, Zielony szlak turystyczny prowadzący z dworca PKP w Gliwicach przez Mikołów, Tychy, Chełm Śląski do Jaworzna nad Staw Belnik. Wyznacza pierwotną granicę GOP-u. W Mikołowie prowadzi przez rynek, starówkę, obok starego i nowego kościoła parafii św. Wojciecha. Atrakcją szlaku jest punkt widokowy na wzgórzu Gronie w Mikołowie, z którego roztacza się widok na Beskid Śląski.


The main way of travelling
Difficulty level Travel time [min]
walking easy 1220,00 [min]
Detailed route parameters
Name
value
Total distance [km]
80,91
Total uphill distance [km]
9,19
Total downhill distance [km]
9,44
Total flat distance [km]
62,28
Total uphill altitude [m]
1187,00
Total downhill altitude [m]
1161,00
Minimum altitude [m.a.s.l.]
206,00
Average altitude [m.a.s.l.]
252,82
Maximum altitude [m.a.s.l.]
332,00
Towns/cities on the road:
Gliwice; Mikołów; Tychy; Chełm Śląski; Jaworzno
Trail length: 81,8
Trail length in the Silesian Voivodeship: 81,8
Voivodeships: Silesian

See also

Gliwice
The first mention of the Jewish settlers in Gliwice comes from the seventeenth century. In the eighteenth century, there were several Jewish families in the city. In 1812, they built their first synagogue. Three years later, they founded the oldest cemetery at the current Na Piasku Street. About 500 gravestones, mostly made of sandstone, have survived. The most magnificent is the neo-Classicist mausoleum of the Meyer family. Many members of the known Troplowitz family were on the cemetery.
Gliwice
Historia powstania pierwszej fabryki drutu na Śląsku sięga 1852 roku i wiąże się z postacią niemieckiego przemysłowca Wilhelma Hegenscheidta, który przyjechał na Śląsk z Westfalii.
Gliwice
Despite its relatively small size, the building of the former Erwin Weichmann’s Textile House (Seidenhaus Weichmann in German) in Gliwice is the most interesting architectural enterprises in the city on the Kłodnica. The edifice was erected in Zwycięstwa Street (then Wilhelmstrasse) in 1921-1922. It was designed by Erich Mendelsohn, one of the most outstanding architects of the twentieth centuries, whose works are admired all over the world.
Gliwice
The monumental and austere building of the former City Theatre located in Gliwice once housed one of the best institutions of its kind in the Silesian region. The Gliwice stage was established at the end of the nineteenth century, and in the interwar period it was part of the Upper Silesian Theatre of Three Cities. The building was partially burned in 1945, when the Soviet soldiers set fire to it. In the 1990s century, the theater building, which is now called “Ruins”, was revitalized, and has become a place of many cultural events.
Gliwice
One of the most beautiful buildings of Gliwice stands at the corner of Zwycięstwa and Kłonicka Streets – the edifice of the former “Schlesischer Hoff” Hotel (“Silesian Manor House”), which today houses the “Diament” Hotel. The construction was completed in 1896. Stylish elements borrowed from Mannerism, Renaissance and Baroque give the appearance to the building.
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