Świętochłowice is an urban formation in the Katowice area of southern Poland, located south of Bytom and northwest of Katowice.
In 1313, the place name Świętochłowice was mentioned for the first time in the sources – in a document issued by Prince Ziemowit. However, the thriving mining and industrial town first gained market town rights in 1947.
The protected buildings from the coal mine KWK Polska in Świętochłowice. The mining business finally ceased in the year 2000. The renovated buildings can be visited by tourists.
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