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  • Cultural Heritage
    Zrębice
    Kapliczka oraz cudowne źródełko(studnia) z którego woda miała służyć jako lekarstwo jest wyrazem wdzięczności mieszkańców dla św. Idziego. Kapliczka znajduje się na trasie zielonego szlaku nazwanego „Dróżki św. Idziego”, który biegnie z Olsztyna do Zrębic.
  • Cultural Heritage
    Pietrowice Wielkie
    The pilgrim church of Holy Cross of Pietrowice Wielkie lies on the Wooden Architecture Trail of the Silesian province. It was built in 1667. It is a cabin log construction, and its gable roof is covered with shingles. Next to the nave and the chancel there is an outbuilding with a staircase leading the choir? The church has an outer pulpit with a canopy, a porch and a vestry. The belfry, built in 1822, is topped with a spherical helmet covered with tin sheets, a lantern and the papal cross. Along the east and north sides there are arcades, which in the past served as shelter for the pilgrims.
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    Katowice
    The wooden church, still standing at the highest point Kosciuszko Park in Katowice Brynów, is a building erected in the early sixteenth century and moved to this place from Syrynia, a district of Rybnik in 1938. It is the oldest monument in Katowice. Next to the church, there is a seventeenth-century bell tower, which was moved here along with the shrine. The whole complex is surrounded by a stylish wooden fence with three gates. The church moved here at the initiative of the then mayor Adam Kocur - a future priest The property is located on the Silesian Wooden Architecture Trail of the Silesia province.
  • Cultural Heritage
    Sosnowiec
    The orthodox church in Sosnowiec dedicated to Saints Vera, Nadia, Luba and his mother, Sophie, is the seat of one of the two Orthodox parishes covering the area of today's Silesia. The church was built close to the train station of the Vienna- Warsaw railway. The church is a cruciform building, stylistically reminiscent of the Byzantine patterns. In the interior, you will see, among others, an iconostasis, which is more than 100 years old.
  • Cultural Heritage
    Lubomia
    In Lubomia, which is the seat of the commune lying 12 km northwest of Wodzisław Śląski, there is one of the monuments of the Wooden Architecture Trail of the Silesia province. It is the - Chapel of Saint John of Nepomuk. The chapel dates probably from the turn of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. Itwas dedicated to one of the most popular saints in Central Europe. John of Nepomuk was a fourteenth-century Czech martyr. He is the patron of many Silesian churches and chapels.
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    Czernichów
    The historic chapel and the wooden bell tower in Czernichów is one of the characteristic, sacral monuments of the Beskid landscape. The chapel dates from the eighteenth century. It is made of brick and covered with a roof of shingles. The wooden belfry is a post and beam construction, whose sloping walls are covered with wooden boards. The tower is protected with a shingled roof with a lantern, in which you can see a bell with an interesting history. From the side of the road, over the door, there is some space created for the chapel with a statue of the Virgin Mary.
  • Cultural Heritage
    Racibórz
    The castle of Racibórz is an old stronghold, whose origins are not fully known. The building preserved to this day results from many reconstructions carried out in the following centuries, and therefore, it combines different architectural styles. One of the most valuable objects is the castle chapel of Saint Thomas Becket of Canterbury, known as the pearl of the Silesian Gothic. The castle of Racibórz I s now open to the public. Numerous cultural events are held here.
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    Katowice
    The church of Saint Casimir in Katowice was built between 1930 and 1933, as a garrison church serving the soldiers of the 23 Infantry Division of the Polish Army stationed in the city. The church was the first religious building in the country built in the style of simplified modernism, or functionalism. Its designers were Leon d'Arma Dietz and Jan Zarzycki. The interior is decorated in the Art Deco style.
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    Chorzów
    One of the tourist sights located in the Silesian Park (formerly the Regional Park of Culture and Recreation) is an open-air museum with an area of 22 hectares, in which there are more than 70 historic buildings. The exhibits collected in the museum come from the five sub-regions of Upper Silesia (the Beskids, the Piedmont, Pszczyna-Rybnik, the Industrial sub-region and Lubliniec) and from Zagłębie (Coal Basin). The Museum "Upper Silesian Ethnographic Park in Chorzów" is on the Wooden Architecture Trail of the Silesia province.
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    Chorzów
    The Church of Saint Lawrence in Chorzów is one of the monuments located on the Wooden Architecture Trail of the Silesia province. The building was erected at the end of the sixteenth century in Knurów. In the inter-war period, the wooden church built of larch logs was moved to a new location, onto Góra Wyzwolenia (Mount Liberation), once called Mount Reden, in Chorzów. Currently, the church is the seat of the parish.