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Dom Gościnny pod Aniołem


Dom Gościnny pod Aniołem mieści się przy wlocie do Cieszyna od strony Bielska i Wisły. Łatwy dojazd, duży parking i nowe pokoje to atuty naszego obiektu.Internet w każdym pokoju bez opłat i dostęp nielimitowany.

Przy dłuższym pobycie ceny do negocjacji. Korzystne rabaty,przy większej ilości osób.

Możliwość zamówienia posiłków: śniadanie, obiad, obiadokolacje, kolacje, catering.

Możliwość zorganizowania również imprez okolicznościowych tj wesela,przyjęcia, komunie, konfirmacje, urodziny,stypy.

Możliwość zorganizowania warsztatów- 2 duże sale do adaptacji na Państwa potrzeby.
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Location
street Bielska 106
43-400 Cieszyn
Cieszyn
Silesia, Beskids & Cieszyn Silesia, Cieszyn Silesia
in the city/town
General Information
: guest rooms and apartments
: none
Contact data
: 785 309 888
: 691 104 888
: willa@podaniolem.icieszyn.pl
: www.podaniolem.icieszyn.pl
Accommodation
: 40
: 15
: conference centre, fitness club, massage
: car park, non-smoking rooms, smoking rooms, tv/sat, fitness club, internet, air conditioning, fitness club
Conference room
: Yes
: sounding, internet
Availability
: whole year

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Attractions
Routes
Galleries
City audio tours
Zapraszamy na audiowycieczkę po wzgórzu zamkowym w Cieszynie!
We invite you to an audio tour of the centre of Cieszyn!
Zapraszamy na przygotowaną specjalnie dla dzieci audiowycieczkę po wzgórzu zamkowym w Cieszynie!
We invite you to an audio tour of the centre of Cieszyn!
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Cieszyn
The municipal cemetery at Katowicka Street in Cieszyn is the most important necropolis of the city on the Olza River. It was founded in 1891, on an elongated plot of land, sometimes covering an area of 7 hectares. There is an impressive gate, built in the Austrian Baroque style, leading to the cemetery. It is decorated with a fine dome. Prominent inhabitants of Cieszyn are buried here, among, others, Roman Catholic priest rev. Józef Lodzin, Paweł Stalmach, Gustaw Morcinek, and Karol Miarka.
Cieszyn
The Church of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary in Cieszyn, located on Londzina Square, is a building dating from the years 1697-1718. It was later rebuilt. The predominantly Baroque look of the church was changed by the erection of neo-Classical façade in the late nineteenth century. The history of the church is associated with the nearby monastery of the Brothers Hospitallers of Saint John of God. These monks are known primarily for looking after the sick, running pharmacies and herbal medicine.
Cieszyn
The Church of Jesus in Cieszyn is the largest Protestant church in Poland. Its huge silhouette dominates the landscape of the city. The construction of the church by the Protestants, who so far had been persecuted, was made possible by the Altranstädter convention f 1707. Thanks to the convention, the Austrian Emperor Joseph I authorized the erection of the six so-called “mercy churches”. From the outside, the church was built in the Austrian Baroque style, and it resembles the Catholic churches, but the interior reflects the spirit of the Reformed faith.
Cieszyn
Cieszyn Silesia is a stronghold of Protestantism on Polish soil. Already in the first half of the 16th century, still during Martin Luther’s work, Protestantism played a significant role in this part of Silesia. Today, the faithful of the Lutheran Church of the Diocese of Cieszyn account for about half of all the Polish Lutherans. The rich history of Lutheranism is presented at the Museum of Protestantism, of which collections are housed in the church of Jesus in Cieszyn.
Cieszyn
One of the Cieszyn churches is the seventeenth-century church of the Holy Trinity at Fr. Londzina Square, which in the past was situated outside the city walls. The building was erected thanks to the efforts of Princess Catherine Sydonia. It was originally a Protestant church. Inside the church, which in the present form is the result of several reconstructions, we can see, among others, eighteenthcentury altars.
Cieszyn
The history of the Church of the Holy Cross in Cieszyn, which is located at the intersection of Szersznika and Szeroka Streets, is connected with the arrival of the Jesuit Order in the city, in 1670. The Jesuits were given four houses and a chapel. The chapel was converted into a church in 1707. In 1773, the Jesuits were expelled from the Austrian empire. Currently, the church belongs to the Franciscans, who offer ministry to prisoners and the sick. They also look after the homeless
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