The church of Saint Camillus in Zabrze is located on Traugutt
Square, which is considered the most beautiful in the city. The
building of the church was designed by Heinrich Gerlach, a
Gliwice architect, but the square itself and a number of
buildings on it, as well as the interior of the church are the
work of Dominicus Boehm, a prominent German architect. In
the interwar period, he successfully combined historicizing
styles with popular Modernism. The hosts of the church are
the fathers Camillians.
The House of Music and Dance in Zabrze is an
auditorium. It was built in 1959. It was designed by
renowned architects - Zygmunt Majerski and Julian
Duchowicz. Currently, there are numerous regional and
interregional events held in the hall. The facility has hosted
many famous national and international artists. In terms
of the number of seats, as well as acoustic and technical
parameters, the House of Music and Dance ranks among
the top of such places in the country.
The building of the Main Post Office in Zabrze is among the most beautiful historic buildings of this big Silesian city. The edifice was erected in front of the Zabrze railway station in 1909-1911. It is an impressive, brick and stone building on a rectangular plan. It stylistically refers to Gothic and Renaissance architecture. Three pediments with wavy sides are especially beautiful.
The building of the former hotel "Admiralspalast", located at Wolności Street, is considered one of the landmarks of Zabrze. This five-storey building was erected close to the train station in 1924-1928. In the heyday of the hotel, there was a Bavarian beerhouse on the ground work, a restaurant, a café and a ballroom on the first floor, and above hotel rooms. On the roof, an open air dance platform was arranged. After WW2, the hotel changed its name for "President", "Foreman" and "Monopoly".
The housing estate "Zandka" is part of the complex of
buildings that were originally associated with the former
Donnersmarck Ironworks in Zabrze (later Huta Zabrze).
The complex, which was being built from 1900 -1920s, is located in the area
of the current streets of Bończyka, Bytomska,
Cmentarna, Krakusa and Stalmacha in so-called
Małe Zabrze. About 40 buildings (with comfortable
apartments at that time) and the service facilities including
were to become a kind of a flagship
of the company.
Water towers as part of the urban water supply systems are
still present in the landscape of Polish cities. In Upper Silesia,
many of them received an impressive architectural shape.
Beautiful examples of different (structurally and stylistically)
water towers can be seen in Zabrze. Particularly noteworthy
is the Art Nouveau water tower at the former Hospital of
Unia Bracka, an organization which took care of disabled
miners. It served not only for supplying water, but also
housed inside an ordinary chimney
Coal mine shaft Maciej is a complex of buildings of the former coal mine "Concordia", which is situated in the district...
Coal mine shaft Maciej is a complex of buildings of the former coal mine "Concordia", which is situated in the district of Zabrze - Maciejów. The interiors refer to the trends of post-industrial buildings. Here you can try an excellent meal and feel the unique atmosphere of this place.
Restaurant "Kuchnia Otwarta" specializes in a traditional Polish cuisine, and all the dishes served are based exclusivel...
Restaurant "Kuchnia Otwarta" specializes in a traditional Polish cuisine, and all the dishes served are based exclusively on natural and local ingredients. The dining room is open to the kitchen, dishes are serve with the principles of the French service.
Restaurant - Churrascaria "BRASIL Iguassu" offers an abundance of Brazilian culinary arts, which is famous for grilling meats szpadach, treasures of the sea, fish, vegetables magnitude, vegetables, and the sweetness of fruit, pancakes, ice cream and pastries.