A report on ChorzówZabrze and Metropolis GZM

Chorzów as Charzow on an 18th-century Polish map
A historic metallurgical building in Zabrze
Steelworks at Königshütte, 1872–1875 ("Das Eisenwalzwerk" by Adolf von Menzel)
Typical Jugendstil architecture on Wolności (Liberty) Street in Zabrze
Headframe of the closed President coal mine
A monument commemorating the fallen in the fight for the liberation of Silesia in the Silesian uprisings and World War II
Chorzów in the 1930s
Ludwik coal mine, closed down in 1978
Ulica Wolności (Freedom Street), one of the main areas of commerce in the city
Districts of Zabrze
Memorial to local Poles murdered by the Germans in the Ravensbrück concentration camp
Ernest Pohl Stadium, home venue of Górnik Zabrze
Main post office
Krystian Zimerman
Chorzów within the Upper Silesian Metropolitan Union.
The Dumplings
Chorzów Town Hall
Wojtek Wolski
Subdivisions of Chorzów
Coal Mining Museum
The Giraffe, a sculpture at the Silesian Park
New Theatre
Stadion Śląski, the second biggest stadium in Poland
Maciej mine shaft
Statue of footballer Gerard Cieślik in Chorzów
Main Key Adit
Monument to the Heroes of Monte Cassino
Botanical garden
Upper Silesia Brewery
Admiralspalast Hotel

Chorzów is one of the central cities of the Upper Silesian Metropolitan Union – a metropolis with a population of 2 million.

- Chorzów

The west district of the Silesian Metropolis, a metropolis with a population of around 2 million.

- Zabrze

A road connecting Gliwice and Chorzów and a railway connecting Opole and Świętochłowice were led through Zabrze.

- Zabrze

Original union included 14 city counties that form the core of the metropolitan region: (Bytom, Chorzów, Dąbrowa Górnicza, Gliwice, Jaworzno, Katowice, Mysłowice, Piekary Śląskie, Ruda Śląska, Siemianowice Śląskie, Sosnowiec, Świętochłowice, Tychy, and Zabrze.

- Metropolis GZM

Express Route (DTŚ): Katowice-Chorzów-Ruda Śląska-Zabrze

- Chorzów

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DTŚ in the Katowice city center

Drogowa Trasa Średnicowa

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Controlled-access highway in Silesian Voivodeship, Poland.

Controlled-access highway in Silesian Voivodeship, Poland.

DTŚ in the Katowice city center

The DTŚ runs most of its course parallel to the A4 motorway but, unlike the A4, the DTŚ provides access to the congested centers of the Upper Silesian Metropolitan Union with 26 junctions (A4 has 6 junctions in the comparable section).

The DTŚ runs from Katowice through Chorzów and Świętochłowice, Ruda Śląska, Zabrze to Gliwice.