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Plac Wyzwolenia, Katowice, Poland
+48 32 255 14 80
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Original architecture

Totally worth visiting as all district have unique architecture. Although we visited it during... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Olsztyn, Poland
Interesting place, untouched for century

We walked around Nikiszowiec, looked into various courtyards and it all seemed like nothing changed... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
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“workers” (9 reviews)
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Plac Wyzwolenia, Katowice, Poland
+48 32 255 14 80
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Totally worth visiting as all district have unique architecture. Although we visited it during easter time and all bistros were closed, it's nice place just for walk and shooting few photos.

Thank Matt_Mal
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We walked around Nikiszowiec, looked into various courtyards and it all seemed like nothing changed since it was built hundred years ago for local miners. It is definitely place worth the visit, unspoiled and admirable. It only takes you some 30-40 minutes to see most...More

Thank Lenkach
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

We walked through the Nikiszowiec with our friends. The architecture was really specific. The place has amazing atmosphere

Thank Anna M
Reviewed 11 April 2017

extraordinary architecture of an old coal mine quarter comprising characteristic for this area red tenement houses with spacious courtyards (each block having specific individual features), all this intersected by narrow cobbled streets. Typical tourist attractions are not indigenous to this area (luckily - as this...More

Thank lidiafw
Reviewed 29 March 2017 via mobile

It is a very interesting part of Katowice - it has its own climate with red brick buildings. Szyb Wilson and a gallery nearby.

Thank Bogusza
Reviewed 29 March 2017

Katowice is probably not a touristic destination. But if you are already here I recommend to visit this unique place. It is not only an interesting piece of architecture. It's also a place, where you can meet the locals. They still use the over one...More

Thank Lucie M
Reviewed 17 March 2017

A beautiful and unique industrial settlement built in an architectural style characteristic for the region, originally for the workers of the Giesche mine. Not many places like that are left, therefore it's worth preserving. What I especially love is the view from above (particularly from...More

Thank JonDoe04134
Reviewed 19 February 2017

Great historical place. One can get a free audio guide tour (45 min), that I really recommend. The bakery on one of the central corners (at the opposite side of the photo studio) is also a very cozy place.

Thank fiorella888918
Reviewed 14 February 2017 via mobile

First time when I was in Katowice I came here, and made me fall in love. I've learned about this neighborhood and it really intrigued me. There is nothing quite like it. You feel like you're in a sort of commune and that's what it...More

Thank mirousi
Reviewed 23 January 2017 via mobile

This place deserves the first place really! It has Wonderful view and so beautiful environmental details in buildings. Worth to see it!!

Thank Tarık B
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