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  • Cultural Heritage
    Sosnowiec
    The palace of Dietl in Sosnowiec is one of the most beautiful residential buildings not only in Zagłębie Dąbrowskie, but also in whole Silesia. The palace was erected by Heinrich Dietl at the end of the nineteenth century. Heinrich Dietl was a German entrepreneur, who launched in Sosnowiec the first worsted spinning mill in the Polish Kingdom. The palace was built in the neo-Baroque style. It impresses with its magnificent interior design.
  • Cultural Heritage
    Sosnowiec
    The first believers gathered in the Lutheran Church in Sosnowiec Pogoń in 1880. Interestingly, one of the factory halls of the spinning mill, which belonged to Heinrich Dietel, a Protestant and a German entrepreneur was religious purposes. After a few years, a relatively short tower was added to the church. The result is an Eclectic building with some Baroque features.
  • Cultural Heritage
    Sosnowiec
    This monument is known in the city as the old Realschule. Initially, the building housed the Realschule, and later it was home to the Stanisław Staszic Secondary School. It is a three-storey building in the Neo-Renaissance style, referring to the Italian models. The Realschule located here in October 1898, was the first secondary school in Zagłębie Dąbrowskie. It later housed a prestigious junior high school, which was converted, at some point, into the Stanislaw Staszic secondary school. The school prides itself on a high level of education.
  • Cultural Heritage
    Sosnowiec
    The church of Saint Thomas the Apostle in Sosnowiec Pogoń is a fine, typical neo-Gothic building, with recently added modern, stylized towers. However, the church has an unusual history. The building was started in 1905, but, unfortunately, after a few years, the funds ran out and the faith were given the without towers, but only with their lower parts. At the beginning of the twenty-first century, the investment was completed. The illuminated towers are now the pride of the shrine.
  • Cultural Heritage
    Sosnowiec
    Jan Kiepura, a world famous Polish singer, called „a lad from Sosnowiec ", was born on May 16, 1902 in Pogoń, a village which soon became part of Sosnowiec. Due to a happy coincidence, his family home at 6 Majowa Street. Fans of the artist's talent placed a small memorial plaque with his image on the façade of the house.
  • 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
    Sosnowiec
    Sosnowiec is a young city. It was granted city rights in 1902. Yet, there are medieval monuments within the city. The oldest monument of the city is undoubtedly the castle in the central district of Sielec. Part of its walls may be dated even to the fifteenth century. Currently, it is a stone building on a horseshoe plan, with three not very tall towers. It houses the Sosnowiec Art Center- the Sielec Castle.
  • Cultural Heritage
    Sosnowiec
    is the oldest in Sosnowiec. It was built in 1862 thanks to "the efforts of Polish railway workers, pioneers of cultural and social life in Zagłębie." The church is small. It refers to the Gothic style. Its tower is crowned with an unusual bulbous helmet. In the churchyard there is a building with the stations of the Cross, which houses valuable paintings by Włodzimierz Tetmajer.
  • Cultural Heritage
    Sosnowiec
    The historic train station in Sosnowiec was built as part of the Warsaw-Vienna Railway in 1859. It was designed by Enrico Marconi, one of the greatest architects in the Polish lands in the middle of the nineteenth century. The building was erected in the harmonious neo-Classicist style, referring to the architecture of the Vienna Station in Warsaw. The building was a witness to the battle during the January uprising.
  • Cultural Heritage
    Sosnowiec
    Modrzejowska Street is one of the oldest and most important streets in the center of Sosnowiec. It serves as a promenade. The street was laid out at the beginning of the second half of the nineteenth century, after opening of the Warsaw-Vienna Railway station. It then ran from the city center, which is near the train station, towards the then yet independent village of Modrzejowa, which is now a southern district of Sosnowiec. In the street we can encounter a few nice buildings from the second half of the nineteenth century and the first half of the twentieth centuries.