background preloader


Facebook Twitter

Underground Szczecin | Oficjalny Portal Miasta Szczecin. Using exisiting 19th Century catacombs, German Stettin created this underground shelter in 1941 as a civilian refuge from allied bombing raids. The shelter comprises five levels, with a total depth of 17 metres. Its iron and concrete walls are three metres thick. The longest corridor is about 100 meters and the total area of the shelter is 2,500 square metres. After the war, the shelter was adapted for use in case of fallout from a nuclear attack, with local Civil Defense training taking place there regularly until the early 1990s. With a number bricked-up passages that lead to uncharted destination, the shelter remains a mysterious place. Today, tours are available (see below for details) and plans call for further transforming this historic site for wider civic and cultural use.

In shelter two thematic routes are available: Tours for individuals take place at noon each day and special group tours for eight or more can be arranged outside these hours. Start : Klub muzyczny Rocker Club - Szczecin. Szczecin travel guide. Szczecin[1], also known as Stettin, its German name, and alternate English name (known in Latin as Stetinum); is maritime port city in Pomerania and the capital of West Pomerania in Poland. The city has population of 406,427, metro area 777,000 (2009 census).

St. James Cathedral History[edit] The place now known as Szczecin was first mentioned in written history in 1st century when West-Roman historian Tacitus located East Germanic tribe of Rugians somewhere in the area; the Rugians left in 5th Century during the Great Migration. In more recent history, the city was (together with Tricity) one of the birthplaces of Solidarity movement. An unusual feature of Szczecin is its urban planning - many roundabouts and wide avenues. The maritime industry is still strong with a busy port and repair shipyard, as well as being a center of service industries in Poland.

Monument for victims in the 1970 protests Get in[edit] By plane[edit] If you arrive from abroad, try to avoid flying via Warsaw. [edit] A Foreigner's Guide to Polish Architecture | Article. The accounts of Polish architecture are just as tumultuous and complex as the political fate of this part of Europe. Poland’s borders moved on multiple occasions, the partitions and loss of independence, wartime destruction, and finally, European funds now stimulating the construction market – all of these factors contribute to the image of Polish architecture. It is versatile and surprising, modern, but frequently also very traditional. It is surely a phenomenon worth studying. Here are a few indicators to help orient yourselves across more than a millennium of Polish architecture. 1.

Egyptians have pyramids, Romans have the Colosseum, and the British have Stonehenge. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Egyptians have pyramids, Romans have the Colosseum, and the British have Stonehenge. According to historians, the beginnings of the Polish state date back to the 10th century AD. The Wawel Royal Castle in Kraków preserves fragments of a church from the second half of the 10th century.


Piwa Regionalne - sklep internetowy. Piwa Regionalne - Varsovie - Service et distribution alimentaires. Pasztecik szczeciński. Lokal przy al. Wojska Polskiego w Szczecinie gdzie od 1969 r. serwowane są Paszteciki szczecińskie Najstarszy lokal serwujący paszteciki został założony w 1969 roku[1], do produkcji specjału używał maszyny sprowadzonej w 1971 z radzieckiego demobilu, wyprodukowanej dla tamtejszego wojska[potrzebne źródło]. W 2008 roku pojawiła się propozycja Urzędu Marszałkowskiego, aby pasztecik wpisać na listę produktów tradycyjnych, chronionych przez unijne prawo[2]. Ostatecznie pasztecik znalazł sie na liście 22 grudnia 2010 roku, co oznacza iż wszyscy producenci muszą ściśle przestrzegać ich receptury[3]. Paszteciki. Hotel Atrium Szczecin. Hotel Szczecin | Campanile | Campanile hotels. The Campanile Szczecin Hotel is located in the city centre, 700 metres from the main railway station and 47 km from Szczecin-Goleniów Airport (SZZ).

The hotel is located in the heart of Szczecin, overlooking one of the city's attractions, the medieval cathedral of St. James, which with its history and beauty has been attracting tourists for years. The hotel is also in the vicinity of the Pomeranian Dukes' Castle, which is one of the main cultural attractions as well as of the Old Town, which combines traditional architecture with modern facilities. Guests at the hotel are both business and leisure customers both from Poland and abroad, for whom Szczecin, with its wealth of natural and man-made assets, is a city well worth a visit. The Campanile Hotel Szczecin offers accommodation in the very heart of the city.

We have 85 rooms for our guests, equipped with tea and coffee making facilities, a work area and free Wi-Fi internet access. The hotel is accessible for disabled people. West Pomeranian University of Technology, Szczecin. West Pomeranian Business School. Szczecin University (UNIWERSYTET SZCZECIŃSKI) Akademia Sztuki w Szczecinie (Szczecin Art Academy)