The bell tower in Paczyn reminds of the old church of
Saint Martin, which stood close to it at the beginning of
the 30s of the last century. It was then replaced by an
imposing brick building. A moderately short bell tower is a
post and beam construction, erected in the in the
seventeenth century (the documents mention it in 1679).
It is crowned with a typical belfry walled with wooden
boards. The bell tower has a tent roof, protected by
In 2010, Pyskowice, located in the north of the Upper Silesian Industrial Region, celebrated the 750th anniversary of being granted town privileges by Władysław I, Duke of Opole. For centuries, the town was changing, but it has still retained its medieval layout with a centrally located market square and a network of streets. It is worthwhile to see eighteenth-and nineteenth-century buildings of the old town and a Gothic church of Saint Nicholas.
Dzierżno Lock is one of the most interesting hydrotechnical constructions of the Gliwice Canal, which in 1941 connected the Upper Silesian industrial centers to the Oder River. It replaced the long-serving Kłodnicki Canal. The lock was put in use in 1939 and even then it was one of the most modern in the European waterways. The original machines and devices, which are industrial monuments, are still working here.
Bycina lies in the commune of Rudziniec, in the district
of Gliwice. The name of the village comes from grazing
bulls, and the first mention of it dates from 1263. At the
end of the seventeenth century, a magnificent late
baroque palace was built in Bycina. Thanks to its location
on a hill, the palace is visible from afar. Due to the war
and the communist times unfavorable to such
monuments, the palace is now much devastated.
Lake Dzierżno Duże and Lake Dzierżno Małe
were created by filling in the sand old
borrow with water. The older reservoir is
Dzierżno Małe, which was created in 1938.
It is located in the mouth of the Drama river
flowing into the Gliwice Canal. The nearby
reservoir of Dzierżno Duże (Rzeczycki Water
Reservoir) was established in 1964. The
both names of the two water bodies come
from Dzierżno, a district of Pyskowice. Lake
Dzierżno Małe serves primarily recreational
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.
This restaurant has an elegant and spacious interior with summer patio. It is located in a charming place next to Rybnic...
This restaurant has an elegant and spacious interior with summer patio. It is located in a charming place next to Rybnickie Lake, surrounded by forest and water. Professional staff makes this restaurant a perfect place for family or business meeting.