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Katowice

Katowice - description of the city:

Katowice is city of Poland (Silesian Voivodeship). The population of Katowice: 317,316 people. Geographic coordinates of Katowice: 50.25842 x 19.02754.

Country Poland
International title Katowice
Population 317,316 people
Timezone Europe/Warsaw
State Silesian Voivodeship
Geographic coordinates Latitude: 50.25842 x Longitude: 19.02754

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History and present of Katowice
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Places to visit in Katowice

Famous Places

Kunsthalle Basel
Country: Switzerland

What Is Kunsthalle Basel? Kunsthalle Basel is one of the most famous and active art institutes in the entire world. Since it opened in 1872, it dedicated itself to the presentation, exploration, and promotion of modern art. Kunsthalle Basel has an ...

Augusta Raurica
Country: Switzerland

Augusta Raurica Introduction Augusta Raurica is a Roman archaeological location, and it is also an open-air museum in the country of Switzerland. It is situated on the southern shore of the Rhine River, and it is located about 20 kilometers to the ...

Judenburg
Country: Austria

This town at the fork of a road is an old mercantile centre that took its name from the Juden, or Jews, who once lived and traded here. When Emperor Maximilian expelled the Jews in 1496, the town went into decline. Not much remains of the medieval ...

Schwaz
Country: Austria

During the 16th century, this busy commercial town in the Inn river valley was the second largest in the Tyrol. Schwaz suffered extensive damage during the battle of 1809, but it has preserved some lovely historic sights. The most impressive of the ...

Volkermarkt
Country: Austria

This town lies on the banks of a reservoir created by damming the Drau river, 25 km (16 miles) east of the Carinthian capital, Klagenfurt. It grew up around the bridge across the Drau and the 12thcentury church of St Rupert, whose Romanesque tower ...

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