20 Sights in Sosnowiec, Poland (with Map and Images)

Explore interesting sights in Sosnowiec, Poland. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 20 sights are available in Sosnowiec, Poland.

List of cities in Poland Sightseeing Tours in Sosnowiec

1. Park Mieroszewskich

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Mieroszewski Park in Zagórze - the oldest, historic park in Sosnowiec, founded between the end of the 18th and the beginning of the 19th century. Entered in the register of monuments under number 703/63 as part of the palace and park complex. Once he stretched from Gródek Knight to Cologne MEC. Currently designated by the area along November 11, Armii Krajowej and Dworska - it covers an area of 6.4 ha. The park stand is built, among others, by pedunculate oak, elevated ash, beech, maple, sycamore. Many of them are over 100 years old. Four specimens have the status of a natural monument: pedunculate oak, ordinary maple, Jawor clone and elevated ash. The vegetation also includes: bear garlic, Gajowy, yellow, granuloma and yellow. The huge advantage of the park is the natural, forest - feverish character.

Wikipedia: Park Mieroszewskich w Zagórzu (PL)

2. Park Schöna nad Czarną Przemszą

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Schön Park nad Czarna Przemsza is a remnant of the palace park, which was established in 1875-1879 in the area of the former village of Kuźnica, where the Sielec district is currently located. The park was located next to Franz Schön's Christmas spinning mill and residential buildings belonging to the factory. The first mention of the park can be found in the account of Fanny Lamprecht, it follows that as early as the 1880s, the park stretched around these buildings. In 1903, a residence of industrialists called the new palace Schön or the Palace of Oskar Schön was established among the greenery of the park.

Wikipedia: Park Schöna nad Czarną Przemszą (PL)

3. Sala Bankietowa Alicja

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Dom Ludowy – a building at 2 Klubowa Street in the Ostrowy Górnicze district of Sosnowiec, built in 1902-1903 according to the design of Warsaw architects: Franciszek Lilpop and Kazimierz Jankowski. The building was erected in accordance with the Zakopane style promoted by Stanisław Witkiewicz, as the proper national style of wooden construction. One of the elements of the complex, which included: Director's Villa Hospital from 1893 School from 1901 Infirmary in the Zakopane style from 1904. People's House from 1903 2 manor-style clerical houses of the 20s of the twentieth century.

Wikipedia: Dom Ludowy w Sosnowcu (PL), Website

4. Park Dietla

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Dietl Park - a historic city park in Sosnowiec, with an area of 6.13 ha, located at Żeromskiego Street in the Pogoń district of Sosnowiec, founded in 1901 by Heinrich Dietl, as part of the complex including the Dietl Palace, forming a palace and park complex. The park complemented the buildings belonging to the owner and was built at the latest. It was an interesting example of neo-romantic composition, with artificial grottoes, lakes and hills. The central point of the park was a hill with a Roman-Doric temple of dumania located on it.

Wikipedia: Park Dietla (Sosnowiec) (PL)

5. Kościół pw. Najświętszego Serca Pana Jezusa

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Church of the Sacred Heart of Jesus in Sosnowiec - a parish church built in 1862 from donations of railwaymen and residents of Sosnowiec and Pogoń. It is a single-nave building, with six ogival and two windows with stained glass. From the front, a tower with a gallery and a helmet adjoins the church. The church is located next to the Sosnowiec Główny railway station and the track at Trzeci Maja Street. It is often called a railway church due to its location.

Wikipedia: Kościół Najświętszego Serca Pana Jezusa w Sosnowcu (PL)

6. Park Harcerski

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The Scout Park in Sosnowiec, commonly known as the wheels, was created after regulating the run of the Czarna Przemsza River, in the flood valley behind the flood embankment. It extends through the area of the Medical Academy, between the river and ul. Ostrogórska, which is an extension of the Schöna Park at ul. 1 May. The park's vegetation is a few new stand and low -piston vegetation, without exotic species and special flora specimens.

Wikipedia: Park Harcerski (Sosnowiec) (PL), Facebook

7. Three Emperors' Corner

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Three Emperors' Corner is a former tripoint at the confluence of the Black and White Przemsza rivers, near the towns of Mysłowice, Sosnowiec and Jaworzno in the present-day Silesian Voivodeship of Poland. During the Partitions of Poland, from 1871 to 1918, it marked the place at which the borders of three empires that had divided Poland – the Russian Empire, Austria-Hungary and the German Empire – met.

Wikipedia: Three Emperors' Corner (EN)

8. Sąd Okręgowy w Sosnowcu

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Sąd Okręgowy w Sosnowcu Autor nie został podany w rozpoznawalny automatycznie sposób. Założono, że to Stimoroll (w oparciu o szablon praw autorskich). / CC BY-SA 2.5

The building of the former High School Stanisław Staszic in Sosnowiec-a 3-story neo-Renaissance building with an architecture referring to the Italian style. The building layout with spacious rooms and ales, adapted for educational purposes. The best -preserved main auditorium on the top floor, richly decorated with frescoes, with large front panoramic windows.

Wikipedia: Gmach dawnego Liceum im. Stanisława Staszica w Sosnowcu (PL), Website

9. Mauzoleum Dietlów

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Mausoleum of the Dietl family – a mausoleum at the Evangelical cemetery in Sosnowiec at Smutna Street, built in 1912 according to the design of Józef Pomian-Pomianowski. It is one of the largest works of cemetery architecture in the world and living proof of the multi-religious and multiculturalism of the city of Sosnowiec.

Wikipedia: Mauzoleum rodziny Dietlów w Sosnowcu (PL)

10. Cerkiew Świętych Wiery, Nadziei, Luby i matki ich Zofii

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The Orthodox Church of Sts. Vera, Hope, Loy and the mother of their Zofia in Sosnowiec – the only one existing of the three Orthodox churches in Sosnowiec. It is located at Jan Kilinski Street 39. It is a parish church. It is part of the Deaconate of the Diocese of Lodz-Poznan Polish Autocephalous Orthodox Church.

Wikipedia: Orthodox Church of the Holy Virgin, Hope, Luby and their mother Zofia (Sosnowiec) (EN)

11. Sąd Rejonowy

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Oskar Schöen's Palace called also New Schöen's Palace – one of the two residences of the Schöen family, located on the merger of the districts and, at the time of its creation, the settlement: Ostra-Gorka and Sielec, on the left bank of the Black River. Actually The Palace is located in the center of Sosnowiec

Wikipedia: Oskar Schöen's Palace (Sosnowiec) (EN)

12. Sielecki Castle

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Sielecki Castle is a castle in the city of Sosnowiec in southern Poland, located in the Sielc district. The castle is located on the left bank of the Czarna Przemsza River. It was built in the 17th century and it is the oldest building in the city.

Wikipedia: Sielecki Castle (EN), Website

13. Pałac Schöna

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Schön Palace is a palace located in Sosnowiec in southern Poland. The building is located near the Warsaw–Vienna railway and surrounded by a neo-Romantic park. Since 1985 it has housed the Museum in Sosnowiec. Wilhelm Palace is located nearby.

Wikipedia: Schön Palace (EN)

14. Kościół pw. Niepokalanego Poczęcia Najświętszej Maryi Panny

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The church of the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary in Sosnowiec - the Roman Catholic parish church in Sosnowiec. It belongs to the Sosnowiec deanery - Saint. Barbara. It is located at Skautów Street, in the Sielec district.

Wikipedia: Kościół Niepokalanego Poczęcia Najświętszej Maryi Panny w Sosnowcu (PL)

15. Dworzec PKP Sosnowiec Główny

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Sosnowiec Główny railway station is a major railway stations in Sosnowiec, Silesian Voivodeship, Poland. The station is located about 9km to the East of Katowice railway station. As of 2022, it is served by Polregio and PKP Intercity.

Wikipedia: Sosnowiec Główny railway station (EN)

16. Katedra pw. Wniebowzięcia Najświętszej Marii Panny

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The Cathedral Basilica of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary also called Sosnowiec Cathedral is a religious building affiliated with the Catholic Church which is located in the city of Sosnowiec in the European country of Poland.

Wikipedia: Sosnowiec Cathedral (EN)

17. Kościół pw. Najświętszej Maryi Panny Częstochowskiej

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The church of the Blessed Virgin Mary of Częstochowa - a Roman Catholic parish church belonging to the Sosnowiec deanery - Christ King of the Diocese of Sosnowiec. It is located in the Porąbka district of Sosnowiec.

Wikipedia: Kościół Najświętszej Maryi Panny Częstochowskiej w Sosnowcu (PL), Facebook

18. Kościół Matki Boskiej Różańcowej

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Church of Our Lady of the Rosary-a parish church belonging to the diocese of Silesian-Łódź of the Old Catholic Church of Mariavites in the Republic of Poland. It is located in the Pogoń district of Sosnowiec.

Wikipedia: Kościół Matki Boskiej Różańcowej w Sosnowcu (PL)

19. Kościół pw. Świętego Tomasza Apostoła

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Kościół pw. Świętego Tomasza Apostoła Lestat (Jan Mehlich) / CC-BY-SA-3.0

The church of Saint Tomasz the Apostle in Sosnowiec - the Roman Catholic parish church in Sosnowiec. It belongs to the deanery of St. Tomasz Apostle. It is located at Orlej Street, in the Pogoń district.

Wikipedia: Kościół św. Tomasza Apostoła w Sosnowcu (PL), Website

20. Plebania

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A clergy house is the residence, or former residence, of one or more priests or ministers of religion. Residences of this type can have a variety of names, such as manse, parsonage, rectory or vicarage.

Wikipedia: Clergy house (EN)


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