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Architecture of Katowice

Architecture of Katowice

The architecture of Katowice is diverse, from historic buildings from the 19th century to modern constructions from the 21st century. As you can see in the photo, it is a real mix of styles. Buildings from different eras coexist side by side - from historic churches and tenements to modern skyscrapers and shopping centers. The oldest preserved buildings in Katowice date back to the 19th century. The most famous include the neo-Gothic Mariacki Church, the neo-Romanesque Church of the Resurrection of the Lord, and the Art Nouveau Villa Caro. In the 20th century, during the period of industrial development, Katowice became a modern city, as evidenced by modernist architecture, represented by such objects as Spodek, the International Congress Center, or the Silesian Museum. In recent years, many new buildings have been built in Katowice, which are a testament to the city's development. The most characteristic include modern skyscrapers, such as Altus or Silesia Business Park, as well as cultural facilities, such as the European Congress Center, .KTW office buildings or the Silesian Philharmonic.

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