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It's a symbol of Gliwice. It's so unique and interesting that i recommend visiting. If you have time and the weather is good and you're tired with your children screaming and crying - you have playground nearby - take a seat and relax :)
This amazing wooden construction built in 1930s has some story to tell. It's here where WW2 really started on 31 August 1939. You can enter the radiostation area any time, but if you want to visit the museum, you have to contact them by phone/e-mail...More
On a recent business trip to Gliwice I had a morning free and decided to go see the Radio Tower. As it is historically significant and also a construction wonder.
The walk from the town up to the tower is about 3km and pretty straight...More
Currently the highest wooden structure in the world, on the eve of WWII played a crucial role in the false flag operation known as Gleiwitz incident. An incredibly important historical monument, a must-see.
My friend is from Poland and she taught me the significance behind this tower and its role in the war. Besides its height and mesmerizing effect when walking around; it has no real entertainment value. I enjoyed it somewhat but for many people it would...More