Category: Gastronomy

Restaurant "Beskid"

Restaurant "Beskid" has a long tradition of restoration. It is an ideal setting for a delicious dinner of Silesia, and more ....
street Bytomska 44
41-803 Zabrze
Silesia, Upper Silesian Agglomeration
in the city/town
General Information
: restaurant
: Polish, regional, Silesian
Contact data
: (32) 271 09 01
: 781895944
: whole year
  • Codziennie od godz. 09:30 do 22:30.
  • Kuchnia czynna do godz. 20.00.

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The church of Saint John the Baptist in Biskupice, a district of Zabrze, was built in the mid-nineteenth century. It replaced an old wooden church, which had been standing in Biskupice for hundreds of years. Counts von Ballestrem, owners of large estates and businesses, founded a brick church. The church was built in the Gothic style. Inside, there is a crypt of the Ballestrem family.
The workers’ housing estate “Borsiga” in Zabrze is located in the vicinity of Bytomska St, in the district of Biskupice. It was established in 1860-1870 by Albert Borsig for the workers employees of his industrial company. In total, 60 units were built, a little worse for the workers and more comfortable for the executives. The infrastructure included schools, a tavern and a church.
Biskupice, an old settlement whose origins date back to the twelfth century, is now part of Zabrze. In the times of a rapid development of Upper Silesia in the nineteenth century, the Borsig family was building their metallurgical empire. In the 50s of that century, they began to build a complex of buildings, which is also referred to as a castle complex. The main one is the so-called palace (or "castle"). It was built in 1855 and since then has been rebuilt several times.
Ruda Śląska
The ruins of the old palace belonging to the Ballestrem family and the remains of the house where Karol Godula, a Silesian entrepreneur of the first half of the nineteenth century, lived are the places forgotten for years. At the beginning of the twenty-first century, new ideas of how to make use of them came up. The authorities of Ruda Śląska passed the monuments to the Silesian Foundation "Zamek Chudów" in hopes of revitalization and making them a tourist attraction.
Ruda Śląska
The origins of Ruda Śląska were connected with the extraction of metal ores, which led to the discovery of coal in the second half of the 17th century. Its resources made entrepreneurs invest in building mines and steel mills. The industrial development attracted a number of new workers, for which the first housing estates were built. One of them is located in Wieniawskiego, Wolności, Staszica i Kościelna Streets.
The Jewish cemetery in Zabrze is situated at the current Cmentarna Street. It was founded in the second half of the nineteenth century (1871), at the same time, when the Jewish community, and the nearest cemeteries were located in Gliwice and Bytom. Funerals were held here from 1872 to 1954. Some 500 tombstones have been preserved - both traditional tombstones and monumental tombs that were modelled on those ones we know from Christian cemeteries.
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