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  • Cultural Heritage
    Wodzisław Śląski
    "Romantic Tower" in Wodzislaw Śląski, also known as the Knights' Tower, is relatively a young building as for its name. In no way does it go back as far as to the Middle Ages, but it is a monument from the second half of the nineteenth century, i.e. the period of a fashion for Historicism. It was built by Edward Brauns, then owner of Wodzisław, and also a dreamer and lover of history.
  • Cultural Heritage
    Wodzisław Śląski
    The church of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary in Wodzisław is one of the landmarks of the town. The church was built in the Gothic style, as the third successive building on the same site. The history of the church and parish in Wodzisław testifies to the extraordinary determination and generosity of the faithful who were able to quickly rebuild it quickly after the war. Currently, the church is one of the main symbols of the town and is a landmark visible from afar.
  • Cultural Heritage
    Wodzisław Śląski
    One of the landmarks of Wodzisław Śląski is the palace built by the Dietrichstein family. It was erected between 1742 and 1745. It is probably the first Classicist building on Polish soil. Today, apart from the civil registry, it houses the Municipal Museum, whose collections present primarily the history of Wodzisław and the region from prehistoric times to the present day.
  • Cultural Heritage
    Wodzisław Śląski
    In addition to individual and interesting historic buildings in Wodzislaw Śląski, the urban layout of the town itself is worthy of note. It is difficult to determine the exact date of the foundation of Wodzislaw Śląski, as it has not been preserved in any documents, even though it took place probably between 1246 and 1257. The central part of the urban layout of Wodzisław is of course the market square, which is actually one of the largest squares in Silesia.
  • Cultural Heritage
    Wodzisław Śląski
    The old monastery in Wodzisław Śląski (now houses the District Court) stands next to the church. Today, it is used by the Evangelical parish. However, these are the traces of the activity of the Franciscan Minorities. They were brought to Wodzisław in 1257, i.e. during the foundation of the town. Because its exact date of the foundation is not known, it is traditionally linked to the year 1257, which is the beginning of their activities in Wodzisław.
  • Cultural Heritage
    Wodzisław Śląski
    The Lutheran parish in Wodzisław Śląski is located in the former Franciscan church of the Holy Trinity. This is a fifteenth-century building, which was later rebuilt. It became part of the Franciscan monastery erected here in the seventeenth century. The monastery was dissolved in 1810. The entire complex is now one of the most precious of its kind in the region. While the church building itself serves as an Evangelical church today, the former monastery buildings house the District Courthouse.
  • 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
    Wodzisław Śląski
    Wilchwy was once an independent village, and now it is an eastern district of Wodzisław Śląski. In Wilchwy there are monumental buildings of the Dr. Alojzy Pawelec Voivodeship Pulmonary Hospital. The brick buildings were erected at the turn of the century for the Volks - Heilstätte Lungenkranke für Schlesien zu Loslau ober Schlesien. The complex consists of the main pavilion, an administrative and economic building, a boiler-house, a residential house, and a villa.
  • Cultural Heritage
    Wodzisław Śląski
    In Jedłownik (a southern district of Silesia Wodzisław) is a fine, small, neo-Renaissance palace, which for 30 years has been home to the Sisters of Divine Providence. This residence was erected by Gottfried Hesse at the turn of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. After a few years, he sold it to one of the then wealthiest German entrepreneurs, Fritz von Friedlaender Fuld. The brick building is decorated with nice gables and a tower covered with a tent roof.
  • Cultural Heritage
    Radlin
    The workers’ colony in Radlin was built at the turn of the nineteenth and twentieth century for the workers of the mine “Emma” (since 1949, "Marcel"), which had been operating for many years in the town. The buildings of the colony were erected in front of the mine. There are houses of the executives of the mine, dormitories, familoks, which are houses for many families, designed for workers of the heavy industry, or public buildings. Among the designers of the colony were famous architects, William Mueller and Hans Poelzig.