A few days in Katowice - sightseeing and tourist attractions. Historic buildings and church in Nikiszowiec, Silesian Museum in Katowice, Spodek, Katowicka Gallery and the city at night. There are also some pictures from the Pendolino train journey from Gdansk to Katowice - quickly - 765 km in 6 hours, quietly and comfortably.
You can see the photographs I took during a few days trip to Katowice, below. I invite you to watch the movie from the Guido Mine, Zabrze Poland. Silesia is a very interesting place - I will come back here again!
I like to travel by train - it is time to think, read, watch the world from a completely different perspective. The image behind the glass moving at high speed is almost hypnotic and also metaphorical. The world is racing and we just sit and watch everything ... through the glass ... (Photo: LG G4).
The Teutonic Castle in Malbork on the banks of the Nogat River (Photo: LG G4).
We arrive in Warsaw in less than 3 hours. Fast train! (Photo: LG G4).
We arrived from Gdansk to Katowice after 6 hours. (Photo: LG G4 / Instagram)
The railway station in Katowice is connected to Galeria Katowicka (Photo: LG G4).
I heard about Spodek in Katowice so many times... and finally it is! Quite interesting building (Photo: LG G4).
The Silesian Museum in Katowice is in the closed "Katowice Coal Mine". Some of the elements of the mine, such as shaft lift tower or mine buildings, were used for the construction of the museum. It looks very interesting. (Photo: Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mark II, obiektyw M.Zuiko 12-40 mm f/2.8 ED PRO). If you want to see how a real mine looks, I recommend the gallery: Guido Mine, Zabrze Poland.
Silesian Museum in the closed coal mine, Katowice Poland. If you want to see how it looks inside the coal mine, I recommend a trip to Guido mine in Zabrze.
The museum is very large and for sightseeing you should spend a few hours here. The interior of the museum was impressive. I like this kind of architecture. (Photo: Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mark II, obiektyw M.Zuiko 12-40 mm f/2.8 ED PRO)
Exhibitions at the Silesian Museum in Katowice. (Photo: LG G4 / Instagram)
Time travel is possible in Silesia. Museum creators have done a very interesting staging of interiors from different years. (Photo: LG G4).
I was joking :-) This is an exhibition in a museum - a workers' hostel.
Nikiszowiec in Katowice is a magic place. It is worth to see this historic well-designed neighborhood: wide streets, sidewalks and huge courtyards surrounded by buildings. (Photo: Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mark II, obiektyw M.Zuiko 12-40 mm f/2.8 ED PRO)
Nikiszowiec is a really interesting place and for a photographers. There is a lot of nice architecture "to play with perspective". Photo: OM-D E-M10 m II + 12-40 mm f / 2.8
The interior of the church in Nikiszowiec. This photo was taken by the Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mark II with such a funny little 9mm lens (fisheye) - more about this lens here: Olympus M.Zuiko Digital 9 mm f/8.0 Fisheye - Test.
Phone on the wall at Zillmann Tea & Coffee Café. Cool place for coffee and cake. (Photo: LG G4 / Instagram)
Street in Katowice - Nikiszowiec district. Buildings from the early 20th century.
The City Hall and Market Square in Katowice. Night photos of the city without a tripod are possible. Matrix stabilization, ISO 800, f 4, time 1/13 sec, internal peace and there is an effect - a photo without blur.
Center of Katowice at night makes quite a nice impression. Everywhere many young people walk, sit on benches or in cafes or bars. Pleasant summer evening in the middle of the week and a lot of people on the street.
Night walk in Katowice: Katowice Market and Silesian Theater (Teatr Śląski) dedicated to Stanisław Wyspiański.
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