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  • Cultural Heritage
    Będzin
    The purpose of the revitalisation plan of the Góra Zamkowa mountain in Będzin was to make available to tourists the underground facilities built by the Germans during World War II.
  • 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
    Zabrze
    """Queen Louise"" in Zabrze is the oldest state-run coal mine in Upper Silesia. Its origins date back to 1791. In 1993, the Mining Heritage Park "Queen Louise” was opened in the mine. The biggest attraction is an underground tourist route with a length of over 1.5 km. A visit to the museum provides a unique opportunity to see up close the work of a miner, mining machines and devices, and even taste some of the Silesian dishes. The Heritage Park is located on the Industrial Monuments Route of the Silesian Province."
  • Cultural Heritage
    Zabrze
    The historic Coal Mine "Guido" in Zabrze may surprise by diversity of its tourist offer. For those who love the history of mining there are a surface and two underground routes on the levels of 170 and 320 meters. Here you can learn all about coal mining in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Besides, "Guido" invites you to theater performances and concerts.
  • Cultural Heritage
    Tarnowskie Góry
    "Tarnowskie Góry was a mining town already in the medieval times. For centuries, mining of silver and lead ores ensured prosperity of its residents. Mining ceased in the 20s of the last century. The Historic Silver Mine and the Open Air Museum of Steam Machines in Tarnowskie Góry invite to a nearly two-kilometer walk along the tourist underground route, as well as to the exhibition devoted to ore mining and the open-air museum with a collection of steam engines and locomotives - mostly from the early twentieth century."
  • Cultural Heritage
    Tarnowskie Góry
    "The Black Trout Adit in Tarnowskie Góry is one of the most interesting remains of the centuries-old mining of galena, lead and silver ores in this area. In the nineteenth century, it was built as a drainage tunnel in the mine ""Frederick."" Today, it is a remarkable tourist attraction, offering the longest underground boat rafting in Poland. It is up to 600 meters long! Along the route one can see a spectacular rocky gorge, ""black"" trout and bats. We can also listen to interesting mining stories.
  • Cultural Heritage
    The size of the cave opening attests that the local population has known about the cave for a long time.
  • Cultural Heritage
    Wodzisław Śląski
    For years, the Training Adit in Wodzisław Śląski has served as a place for apprenticeship of miners, but at the same time, it is also an unusual regional chamber, reminiscent of Wodzisław Silesian mining traditions. The Training Adit was put to use in 1984. Drifts are located a few meters underground and walls are equipped with original mining machinery, including a mechanical coal miner, a conveyor and a train.
  • Cultural Heritage
    The cave is located in the “Ostrężnik” nature reserve at the foot of a great pillar of rock, on top of which there are the remnants of a medieval castle.